Dionne Warwick is one of the most-charted female vocalists of all time, known for her smashing hits such as “Deja Vu” and “I’ll Never Love This Way Again.” Born Marie Dionne Warrick, the singer grew up in a musically inclined family, with her mother running a gospel choir and her father working as a gospel record promoter. She began singing in the church at a young age, and participated in several church choirs as a child. When she started to travel the world with these groups, young Warrick was discovered by Burt Bacharach and Hal David, a pair of music composers and producers. With their help, in 1962, she released her first single, “Don’t Make Me Over.” On the record, her name was misspelled as Warwick, but she decided to adopt the mistake as her stage name. Now Dionne Warwick, she began touring worldwide and making several television appearances, starting her worldwide takeover. As the decade went by, she released more hit singles such as “Walk On By” and “I Say a Little Prayer.” Warwick earned her first Grammy with “Do You Know the Way to San Jose?” for best female contemporary pop vocal performance in 1969. In 1985, she featured on the powerful collaboration “That’s What Friends are For,” alongside Gladys Knight, Elton John, and Stevie Wonder. This collaboration gave her another Grammy. The decorated singer now has a total of six Grammys, including the Lifetime Achievement Award. Warwick has also pursued other endeavors, including several acting gigs, philanthropic work, and her own autobiography.
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