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Dionne Warwick to Release New Album, "She's Back"...

By Keithan Samuels

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Dionne Warwick Interview on CBS -  This Sunday Morning

Febraury 17, 2019

Dionne at the 2019 Grammy's

Dionne Warwick Reflects on Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award...

February 11, 2019

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The Sould of Southern California

Dionne featured in the new February issue of Soul Vision Magazine! 

February 2019

“To be inspired and to be thought of as an inspiration is the ultimate reason to continue to reach for the very best you can be! I have and will always believe that “If You Can Think It, You Can Do It,” this is my mantra. I live by it and believe it. I’ve passed it on to my children and have hopes that it will be continued to be passed on to their children!”

~Dionne Warwick

Dionne Warwick talks Aretha Franklin and Nancy Wilson

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Angelo Ellerbee, Double XXposure Media Relations

The legendary lady of song, Dionne Warwick, is starting this year off with a trifecta of honors, interviews and a new record – her latest in five years.

First up, Dionne is one of several legends who’ve been chosen to receive one of the Grammy Awards’ highest honors – the Lifetime Achievement Award. She joins music greats such as George Clinton & Parliament-Funkadelic, Billy Eckstine, Donny Hathaway, Julio Iglesias as well as Sam & Dave in this bestowed class. The honorees will be mentioned in the Grammy Awards live telecast, Sunday, February 10th at 8 pm EST on CBS.  A separate award presentation ceremony and concert celebrating the honorees will be held on May 11, 2019, in Los Angeles.

Next, CBS News chatted with Dionne for their esteemed weekend series, Sunday Morning. The long running program, now in its 40th year, has interviewed several music legends – many of whom are Dionne’s contemporaries and colleagues (Johnny Mathis, Ronald Isley, Carlos Santana, Herb Alpert, Cher, John Mellencamp – to name a few). Dionne discussed her stellar career – from the East Orange, New Jersey roots and upbringing within the Drinkard family dynasty to ascension in music and entertainment. The Sunday Morning interview is slated to be aired sometime before CBS’ Grammy Award telecast on February 10th.

Finally, a new album from Dionne, “She’s Back” – produced by her son, Damon Elliott, will be available in the spring of 2019. Her 36th full-length studio recording, the album will contain ten tracks with new songs as well as remakes of pop/soul gems. The recording also will be Dionne’s first R&B/soul album in fifty years, since the release of her stellar 1969 Scepter LP, “Soulful”, which she co-produced in Memphis with the late Chips Moman (who’d manned the boards for Dionne’s then-label mate, B.J. Thomas). In addition, “She’s Back” will also include duets with Kenny Latimore (“What Color Is Love”) as well as Musiq Soulchild.  The album will be released in partnership with Entertainment One (EoNE) Distribution and available for CD and download purchase as well as all streaming platforms.



International Recording Artist Dionne Warwick returns to #ConversationsLIVE


Message From Dionne...

Hello All!


I’m Checking in! First, I want to thank everyone for the wonderful birthday wishes from my family and friends to my social media outlets as well as my Official International Fan Club. I appreciate all the love and kind words I received from you. I had a blast seeing you while on my tour (and what a tour it was) during the second half of 2018…it made the year fly by even faster. I am thrilled to announce I have been selected to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS) next year. I am also excited to tell you I have a new Christmas single that was released last week featuring Fiji and my son Damon, “Nomad” entitled Mele Kalikimaka, which can be found on iTunes and other music media. As 2018 comes to a close, I want to thank everyone for the love and support, and for hanging in there with me. I wish you all a wonderful Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!


~ Dionne


December 22, 2018

Smithsonian Announces 2019 as the Year of Music

Dionne was at The Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC yesterday where she joined Smithsonian Board of Regents Chairman & Kennedy Center Chairman David Rubenstein in announcing 2019 as The Smithsonian Year of Music.  At this event, Dionne was named Ambassador of the Smithsonian Year of Music.


Dionne Warwick: Then Came You

These are exclusive CDs for PBS and not available elsewhere.

Three CD Complete 60s Singles


Includes Scepter A and B sides mono single versions for the first time and rare unpublished photos. 

Hits and Rarities 1974-1999


Hits from "Make It Easy On Yourself" to "That's What Friends Are For"

Dionne Warwick: Then Came You One Hour Documentary DVD


Dionne Warwick, her friends and associates recall how the legendary performer burst onto the pop music scene and broke barriers in the 1960s with a string of hits written and produced by Burt Bacharach and Hal David. Her legacy was cemented in the 1980s with a series of comeback successes including the historic anthem “That’s What Friends Are For.” DVD includes over 2 hours of additional material not seen in the broadcast; The Dionne Warwick Story (One Hour Video Biography), Additional song performances. Hope Is On The Way: Dionne & Billy Ray Cyrus and Burt Bacharach’s Best.