Living musical legend Dionne Warwick is coming back to Arkansas. This time she will be playing Oaklawn's Finish Line Theater in Hot Springs, Arkansas. The show is set for September 12 st 7:00 p.m. Tickets, ranging from $20-$30, go on sale September 3.
Warwick, 72, is celebrating 50 years in the music industry. She is a five-time Grammy winner. Two years ago, Warwick performed at UCA's Reynolds Hall. She took concert goers on a stroll down memory lane.
"Don't Make Me Over," her 1962 single, started her long roster of hit songs. Everyone has their favorite Dionne song. You could say she sings songs that make the whole world sing, as she continues to travel all over the map.
Warwick is the niece of Sissy Houston and the cousin of the late Whitney Houston.
Here are some highlights of Dionne Warwick's chart success:
1963 "Anyone Who Had A Heart"
1964 "Walk On By"
1966 "Message To Michael"
1968 "Do You Know The Way To San Jose"
1969 "I'll Never Fall In Love Again"
1972 I'm Your Puppet"
1974 "Then Came You"(with the Spinners)
1979 "I'll Never Love This Way Again"
1982 "Heartbreaker"(Barry Gibb on backing vocals)
1985 "That's What Friends Are For"(with Elton John, Gladys Knight and Stevie Wonder)
1987 "Love Power"(with Jeffrey Osborne)
For more on the show, including ticket details, visit www.oaklawn.com