Legendary soul singer Dionne Warwick has annonced a national tour this November 2018.
Soul icon Dionne Warwick has announced her return down under with an Australian tour later this year.
The five-time Grammy Award-winning musician will visit Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Gold Coast in November.
Fans can look forward to iconic songs including 'That's What Friends Are For', 'I'll Never Love This Way Again', 'Walk On By', 'A House Is Not A Home' and 'Say A Little Prayer For You'.
Through her extensive 50-year career, Warwick has released 75 hit singles and sold over 100 million records, establishing herself as a globally acclaimed soul, R&B, gospel and pop artist.
She won her first Grammy in 1968 for 'Do You Know The Way To San Jose?' and her second in 1970 for her album 'I'll Never Fall In Love Again'.
In 1985 she reunited with composer Burt Bacharach (who discovered Dionne with Hal David in 1961) and long-time friends Gladys Knight, Elton John and Stevie Wonder to record the landmark song ‘That’s What Friends Are For’.
In 2013, Warwick celebrated her 50th year in the entertainment industry with the release of her album 'Now'. She then went on to release her duets album, 'Feels So Good', featuring such musical talents as Alicia Keys, Billy Ray Cyrus, Jamie Foxx, CeeLo Green and Ne-Yo.