If you’ve got a lot of faith in yourself, then your career could be just as successful as that of Dionne Warwick.
The five-time GRAMMY Award winner joined Scott Shannon and the crew on the Big Show this morning to talk about her 28th studio album, “Feels So Good.”
Being a veteran in the game, doing duets are no stranger to Dionne Warwick. As matter of fact, she’s sung with Luther Vandross, Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Barry Manilow, and her late cousin Whitney Houston in the past. And with the release of her new album, Warwick gave the details on how the duets were being revived and divided amongst the artists.
Bringing up Scott’s favorite song, “Message to Michael,” Warwick mentioned it was also her good friend Cyndi Lauper’s favorite and that she chose to do the duet with her for the album.
“All my duet partners decided the songs they wanted to sing with me, which was a pleasure,” she told Scott. “That way I didn’t have to wreck my brain to think what would fit with them.”
Also mentioning her duet with Ruben Studdard on her 1964 A-side track, “You’ll Never Get to Heaven (If You Break My Heart),” she was surprised to hear that the younger generation knew about her music, even though it was through their parents.
That just goes to show that her classics are timeless.
Check out the tracklist below:
- Close To You (feat. Mya)
- A House Is Not A Home (feat. Ne-Yo)
- Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head (feat. Ziggy Marley)
- Message to Michael (feat. Cyndi Lauper)
- Every Once In A While (feat. Eric Paslay)
- Déjà Vu (feat. Jamie Foxx)
- Feels So Good (feat. CeeLo Green)
- I Know, I’ll Never Love This Way Again (feat. Gladys Knight)
- This Guy/This Girl’s In Love With You (feat. Phil Driscoll)
- You’ll Never Get To Heaven If You Break My Heart (feat. Ruben Studdard)
- Let There Be Love (feat. Cheyenne Elliott)
- Hope Is Just Ahead (feat. Billy Ray Cyrus)
- Windows of the World (feat. David Elliott)
- A House Is Not A Home (Extended Version) (feat. Ne-Yo)
–Allyza Umali & Joe Cingrana/Scott Shannon in the Morning
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