TMZ is reporting that singer Dionne Warwick was hospitalized for two weeks after a slipping and falling in her shower (Warwick is cousin to both the late Whitney Houston, and Bobbi Kristina Brown who remains in a medically induced coma in an Atlanta hospital.) Read more...
Legendary R&B singer Dionne Warwick has been released from the hospital after nearly two weeks following a fall in the shower in her South Orange, N.J., home on Jan. 24, TMZ reported. Warwick, who had ankle surgery after the incident,...Show More Summary
Bobbi Kristina’s Cousin Dionne Warwick Hospitalized After Falling In Shower As family and friends gather around Bobbi Kristina Brown this weekend, one relative will be notably absent. Bobbi Kristina’s cousin, Dionne Warwick, had her own bathroom incident two weeks ago
Post by Kiri Blakeley. As Bobbi Kristina Brown clings to life in an Atlanta hospital, people are still shocked and saddened that she was found facedown in the bathtub -- eerily similar to the way her mother, Whitney Houston, was found. Show More Summary
Dionne Warwick, a first cousin to the late pop legend Whitney Houston and a legendary singer in her own right, was hospitalized for an accident in a shower — exactly one week before Bobbi Kristina Brown, Houston’s daughter and the first...Show More Summary
Dionne Warwick, the cousin of Whitney Houston and Bobbi Kristina Brown, slipped and fell in the shower and has been hospitalized for two weeks. The slip and fall occurred January 24, according to TMZ, and Dionne was at her home in South...Show More Summary
Dionne Warwick was hospitalized last week after falling in her shower at home. The 74-year-old legendary singer slipped and fell in her shower at her South Orange, New Jersey home on January 24 and was taken by ambulance to the local hospital, according to TMZ. Dionne underwent ankle surgery and was released Thursday. If you [...]
It's incredible... Dionne Warwick -- the cousin of Whitney Houston, who died in a bathtub 3 years ago and the cousin of Bobbi Kristina, who is clinging to life after almost drowning in a bathtub -- slipped and fell in her shower and ended up…
Critic and scholar Oliver Wang profiles Dionne Farris's tribute recording to Dionne Warwick. Farris, who was an early icon of the Neo-Soul movement is joined on the recording by guitarist Charlie Hunter.
The last time Arizona and Arizona State met for the Territorial Cup while both being ranked in the Top 25, Ronald Reagan wasn't even midway through his second term and Dionne Warwick, Elton John and Gladys Knight combined to bring us...Show More Summary
Dionne Warwick produced by Burt Bacharach and Hal David? And she covers one of my favorite songs, George Harrison’s “Something?” Sign me up. This might be the first crackly record to which I’ve listened during this column’s run, which might explain why it was in a separate box, away from the near pristine vinyl of my inherited collection. My copy... Read More
We're ten months into 2014 and the year has yet to generate so much as one platinum single, a development suggesting that the era of singers racking up chart-topping songs left and right is a thing of the past. So agreed Dionne Warwick,...Show More Summary
Whatever you do, don't call Dionne Warwick a diva. The "Do You Know The Way To San Jose" songstress and 50-year music veteran told HuffPost Live why she'd prefer to forego the diva title in a Monday appearance to discuss her latest album,...Show More Summary
Jackie Taylor, the maestro of the Black Ensemble Theater, has penned countless affectionate biographical tributes to recording artists. Whether it was Marvin Gaye or Dionne Warwick or Jackie Wilson, Taylor charted their highs and lows, explored but forgave their sins, heralded their legacies...
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.
One side of a forthcoming 7" for Domino. Read more articles like "Listen: Julia Holter – “Don’t Make Me Over” (Dionne Warwick cover)" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
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 [...]