Julia Holter, the classically-trained philo-dream-pop chanteuse behind one of our favorite albums last year, has announced a new double A-side single. It includes a cover of Bacharach and David’s “Don’t Make Me Over,” a song made famous...Show More Summary
A beautiful version of the 1962 soul single.
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Julia Holter covers the Burt Bacharach / Hal David / Dionne Warwick classic “Don’t Make... Read more »
Julia Holter has announced a new double-A-side 7-inch featuring a pair of covers, one brand new and one previously released. The old one is “Hello Stranger,” originally a 1963 hit for Barbara Lewis but reimagined by Holter as a captivating tone poem/torch song on last year’s Loud City Song. The new selection is “Don’t Make [...]
Dionne Warwick has called on the services of Ne-Yo for her 38th studio album Feels So Good (due July 1). Together they remake the diva’s 1964 classic “A House Is Not A Home”, transforming the Burt Bacharach/Hal David-penned ballad into a soulful R&B slow jam. It takes a couple of listens to get your head... More »
Dionne Warwick and Burt Bacharach -- Alfie, 1986.
Some wavy new shit from Rae over a Dionne Warwick sample. Previously: Raekwon & Ghostface Killah – Thim Slick (Remix)
You know you’re at the Grammys on the Hill Awards when House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi hugs Dionne Warwick and name-drops Miley Cyrus. Or when Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee takes a photo with a member of Hanson. Or when Rep. Steny Hoyer gets on stage and rocks out with country trio Lady Antebellum. It was […]
Paul Simon, James Taylor, Dionne Warwick, Ivy Levan and othrs will take part in the benefit concert at Carnegie Hall on April 17.
What do you get when you file for bankruptcy... in Dionne Warwick's case, you get a pass on more than $10 MILLION in debts.A bankruptcy trustee filed legal docs Tuesday... recommending to the judge that Dionne be excused from paying $10,727.429.91…
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Darlene Love made sure not to fade into the background when a film about backup singers won an Oscar Sunday night. The former church choir singer, who has backed up stars like Dionne Warwick, Marvin Gaye and ElvisShow More Summary
Smartphones are great, but what I'd really like is a recumbent shower that plays sad Dionne Warwick songs while it bathes you lying down.
My, oh my, Miley Cyrus what have you done to your poppa? Billy Ray Cyrus released a video for his song Achy Breaky 2, which features Buck 22 aka Dionne Warwick's son, and it is definitely odd and a tiny bit terrifying if we're being honest. Well, watching this updated,"hip" version of BRC, we decided to [...]
Achy Breaky Heart was a big hit in the 90?s for country singer Billy Ray Cyrus. Now, Cyrus has joined up with Dionne Warwick’s son, Damon Eliot – better known as Buck 22 – to revamp the song for the hip-hop market. Billy Ray enjoyed international success last time round, and Achy Breaky Heart became... Show More Summary
Trust me, you kind of do. For it is spectacularly terrible.
Because ass-themed sequels are in right now, here’s “Achy Breaky 2,” featuring Billy Ray Cyrus and Buck 22 who’s apparently the son of Dionne Warwick in case Billy Ray Cyrus making random black kids carry his fishing gear before being sucked into a spaceship where hot alien bitches twerk like his daughter somehow wasn’t fucked Read More...
Hoping to recapture the magic of his 1992 mega-hit, Billy Ray Cyrus just released a hip hop version of "Achy Breaky Heart." With the help of Dionne Warwick's son, Buck 22, the father of Miley revamps his country track for a new generation. Featuring...Show More Summary
Well, at least Miley is no longer the most embarrassing member of the Cyrus family (for now). Witness her dad Billy Ray's collaboration with Dionne Warwick's hip-hop rappin' son (says Complex) Buck 22, "Achy Breaky 2." Buck's first verse...Show More Summary
As we continue Solid Gold Week, can you name the hosts of Solid Gold? During its eight-year run in syndication from 1980 to 1988, the constantly changing co-hosts were Marilyn McCoo, Andy Gibb, Dionne Warwick, Rex Smith, Rick Dees, Arsenio Hall and Nina Blackwood. Other than Arsenio and Nina Blackwood, those names don't …