TNB Night Owl – Dionne Warwick

How many singers can you think of that have been recording and performing for over 65 years, sold more than 100 million records during that time, and has had more singles chart on the US Billboard Hot 100 than any other female vocalist except for Aretha Franklin?

Dionne started singing in 1955 at about 15 years of age. Her first commercial success came in 1962, followed by dozens of hits spanning the sixties, seventies, and eighties. Dionne’s latest album and charting singles were released in 2019.

With incredible voice control and technique, she makes difficult songs look easy to sing. Dionne Warwick is pure talent, among the best of the very best.

1962 #21
Don’t Make Me Over (3:21)

1963 #8
Anyone Who Had a Heart (3:05)

1964 #6
Walk on By (2:59)

1964 #34
You’ll Never Get to Heaven (If You Break My Heart) (3:12)

1966 #8
Message to Michael (3:06)

1967 #4
I Say a Little Prayer (2:51)
(on The Ed Sullivan Show, January 7, 1968)

1967 #15
Alfie (2:57)

1967 #2
(Theme from) Valley of the Dolls (3:39)

1968 #19
Promises, Promises (3:03)

1968 #10
Do You Know the Way to San Jose (2:55)

1969 #7
This Girl’s in Love with You
(on The Ed Sullivan Show, March 23, 1969)

1969 #6
I’ll Never Fall in Love Again (2:55)

1974 #1
Then Came You (4:01)
(with The Spinners)

1979 #5
I’ll Never Love This Way Again (3:32)

1979 #15
Déjà Vu (3:51)

1980 #23
No Night So Long (3:27)

1982 #10
Heartbreaker (4:08)

1983 #27
How Many Times Can We Say Goodbye (3:27)
(with Luther Vandross)

1985 #1
That’s What Friends Are For (4:31)
(with Elton John, Gladys Knight, Stevie Wonder)

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