Legendary five-time Grammy-winning singer behind “That’s What Friends Are For” treats fans to an evening of greatest hits
What You'll Get
- Seating: orchestra or sections D, F–H, J, K, N–P, Q, or S
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A Night of Class Tour
- Her legacy: Since debuting in 1959, five-time Grammy–winner Dionne Warwick has become one of the biggest hitmakers of the entire rock era, releasing an astounding 56 singles that have landed on the Billboard Hot 100 between 1962 and 1998.
- Songs fans know by heart: “Walk On By,” “I Say a Little Prayer,” “Promises, Promises,” and “Anyone Who Had a Heart”
- Where you’ve seen her: As an actress, she played the lead role in the 1969 film Slaves, and appeared in several TV series including Rockford Files, Captain Planet and the Planeteers, and The Wayans Bros.
- Her historical achievements: In 1985, Warwick’s “That’s What Friends Are For” was the first song to raise funds for AIDS awareness. She was also the first African-American female artist to serenade the Queen of England, and served as a United Nations global ambassador and U.S. ambassador of health.
- Peabo Bryson in the words of the New York Times: “the Pavarotti of soul singers”
- How you know him: if you’re a longtime fan, from his solo ballads such as “If Ever You’re in My Arms Again” and his many duets with Roberta Flack
- How else you know him: if you love ’90s Disney movies, from his Academy Award-winning renditions of “Beauty and the Beast” and “A Whole New World”
- How you know her: Deniece Williams is best known for her ’70s and early ’80s R & B hits such as “Free,” “Silly,” and the feel-good Footloose hit “Let’s Hear It for the Boy.”
- What is she up to: She’s turned her famed four-octave range and tomcat soprano toward Gospel.
- Her accolades: Deniece Williams is a four-time Grammy award winner for her work in Gospel music.
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