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ONE OF THE WORLD’S MOST BELOVED VOICES IS MAKING SWEET MUSIC IN HER SEVENTH DECADE: “I DON’T KNOW WHAT IT MEANS TO SLOW DOWN”
Queen of Song “My songs have the ability to grow with people,” says Warwick (on April 27 in Las Vegas, where she just completed a residency).

Dionne Warwick knows how to own a pop standard. From “I Say a Little Prayer” to “That’s What Friends Are For,” that voice—smooth, romantic, indelible—has made her part of the soundtrack of American life. “They’re definitely my songs,” the 78-year-old legend says of the hits she’s racked up over five decades. “Even with multitudes of others singing them, they still know whose song it really is.”

Queen of Song “My songs have the ability

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