In this Saturday, Jan. 29, 2005 file photo, Dionne Warwick sings “I Say A Little Prayer” at the Air Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival, in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Destinys Child alum LeToya Luckett will star as Dionne Warwick in a planned biopic of the R&B singer. The 75-year-old Warwick was in Cannes on Friday, May 13, 2016 to announce the project, which will also co-star Lady Gaga, Danny Glover and Olympia Dukakis. Gaga is to play the late British singer Cilla Black. The film, based on Warwicks memoir My Life As I See It, will focus on the years 1962 through 1968. (AP Photo/Collin Reid, file)
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana Black Expo will honor Grammy Award-winning singer Dionne Warwick at its Summer Celebration in July.
The statewide organization that promotes the culture and economic and health well-being of Indiana’s African-American population said Monday it will present its Living Legend award to Warwick at its corporate luncheon July 15 at the Indiana Convention Center.
Black Expo President & CEO Tanya Bell said in a news release that Warwick is one of the most successful female singers of the 20th century and has established herself as an international music legend over a five-decade career in music.
Warwick’s hits include “Walk on By,” ”I Say a Little Prayer” and “Do You Know the Way to San Jose.”