Three singers renowned for their sterling voices serenade the audience with career-defining hits such as “I Say a Little Prayer” and “Free”
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- Seating: sections 1-15
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- Elevator access not available
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A Night of Class Starring Dionne Warwick and More
- Songs fans know by heart: “Walk On By,” “Anyone Who Had a Heart,” “I Say a Little Prayer,” “Promises, Promises,” and “Anyone Who Had a Heart”
- 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 her five-plus-decade career has included stints as an author, actress, United Nations global ambassador, and US ambassador of health.
- Peabo Bryson: Dubbed the “Pavarotti of soul singers” by the New York Times, his powerful voice and duets like “Beauty and the Beast” with Celine Dion and “A Whole New World (Aladdin’s Theme)” have earned him legions of devoted fans.
- Deniece Williams: Her famed four-octave range and tomcat soprano climbed the charts in the ’70s and ’80s thanks to hits such as “Free,” “Silly,” and the feel-good Footloose single “Let’s Hear It for the Boy.” Since then, her gospel records have racked up four Grammys.
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