Aug 14, 2017

By Andy Johnson

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Zoomer legend Dionne Warwick is to honoured with an award for critically acclaimed artists who have impacted society in a positive way.
The Marian Anderson Award, named for the first black opera singer to perform at the Met in New York, will be conferred on Warwick at a ceremony in Philadelphia, November 14th.

Warwick has had 18 consecutive top 100 singles and 20 best-selling albums.  She has also supported many philanthropic campaigns, including those battling AIDS and world hunger, and is a champion of music education.

The 76 year old singer will join singer Patti LaBelle, music producers Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff and jazz great Wynton Marsalis as Marian Anderson winners.

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