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She had a sister, Delia ("Dee Dee"), who died in 2008, and a brother, Mancel Jr., who was killed in an accident in 1968 at age 21.
Her parents were both African American, and she also has Native American, Brazilian and Dutch ancestry.
Rhapsodized Jean Monteaux in Arts: "The play of this voice makes you think sometimes of an eel, of a storm, of a cradle, a knot of seaweed, a dagger. You could write fugues for Warwick's voice." The two immediate follow-ups to "Don't Make Me Over" — "This Empty Place" (with "B" side "Wishin' and Hopin' " later recorded by Dusty Springfield) and "Make The Music Play" — charted briefly in the top 100. This was followed by "Walk On By" in April 1964, another major international hit and million seller that solidified her career.
Her fourth single, "Anyone Who Had a Heart," was Warwick's first top 10 pop hit (#8) in the U. For the rest of the 1960s, Warwick was a fixture on the U. and Canadian charts, and much of her output from 1962 to 1971 was written and produced by the Bacharach/David team.
The partnership would provide Bacharach with the freedom to produce Warwick without the control of recording company executives and company A&R men.
Warwick's musical ability and education would also allow Bacharach to compose more challenging tunes.
The original group (known as the Drinkard Jubilairs) consisted of Cissy, Anne, Larry, and Nicky, and later included Warwick's grandparents, Nicholas and Delia Drinkard, and their children: William, Lee (Warwick's mother) and Hansom.
Elvis Presley eventually expressed an interest in having them join his touring entourage.
Her mother was manager of the Drinkard Singers, and her father was a Pullman porter, chef, record promoter and CPA.
Dionne was named after her aunt on her mother's side.
Dionne began singing gospel as a child at the New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, New Jersey.
Other singers joined the Gospelaires from time to time, including Judy Clay, Cissy Houston and Doris "Rikii" Troy, whose chart selection "Just One Look," when she recorded it in 1963, featured backing vocals from the Gospelaires.
Warrick; born December 12, 1940) is a six-time Grammy Award–winning singer, actress, television host, and former United Nations Global Ambassador for the Food and Agriculture Organization and United States Ambassador of Health.