Dionne Warwick

Musician/Philanthropist A living legend, Dionne Warwick is one of the music industry's most successful talents. Making her solo debut in 1962, she is recognized as the second most-charted singer on Billboard Hot 100 and one of the biggest hitmakers in the history of American music. Coming from a family of legendary vocalists and performers (she's the cousin of the late, great Whitney Houston, niece of Cissy Houston and kin to the revered gospel group, The Drinkard Singers), Warwick is a multiple Grammy Award-winner, Hall-of-Famer and recipient of countless other awards and prestigous accolades. The esteemed luminary is also a US Ambassador of Health and UN Global Ambassador for the Food and Agriculture Organization. In March 2011, she exercised her philanthropic spirit even more when she appeared on the The Celebrity Apprentice 4 to win money for her charity, The Hunger Project.

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This Day in Black History: Dec. 27, 1986

Dionne Warwick's "That's What Friends Are For" was voted the most popular song of 1986 on Dec. 27, 1986.

This Day in Black History: Dec. 12, 1985

Legendary singer Dionne Warwick received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Dec. 12, 1985.
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