Who Won the 1987
Grammys Song Of The Year

Dionne Warwick

("That's What Friends Are For")

1986 Grammys Song Of The Year Winner
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1987 Grammys Song Of The Year Winner Dionne Warwick News

Aesthetics meets politics in Josephine Baker tribute

People's World
In staging the life of Josephine Baker, Brooks follows in the footsteps of the theater's founder Jackie Taylor who has produced musical plays on the lives of such artistic stalwarts as Marvin Gaye, Jackie Wilson, Dionne Warwick, and Teddy Pendergrass ...

1987 Grammys Song Of The Year Winner Dionne Warwick News

Antonio Conte to challenge Jose Mourinho in commercial earnings after signing booking agency deal

Telegraph.co.uk
With a large and varied roster of music acts, MN2S claim to work with the likes of Boy George, Peter Andre, Dionne Warwick, DJ Yoda and Public Enemy. In terms of sport, Rio Ferdinand, Ian Wright and Vitali Klitschko are listed on the company's website.

1987 Grammys Song Of The Year Winner Dionne Warwick News

Thom Bell Revisits the Dionne Warwick Sessions

PopMatters
Dionne Warwick is fluent in the parlance of soul, sophistication, and effortless cool. From the very beginning of her career, she mastered some of the most complex melodies ever composed. Musical innovators like Burt Bacharach, Thom Bell, Stevie Wonder ...

1987 Grammys Song Of The Year Winner Dionne Warwick News

Golden Nugget to welcome Dionne Warwick

Press of Atlantic City
WHO IS SHE: East Orange, New Jersey native Dionne Warwick hooked up with the songwriting team of Burt Bacharach and Hal Davis in the early 1960s, recording her first single “Don't Make Me Over” in 1962. Early in 1964 Warwick reached the top of the ...

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