On July 1, 2014, Dionne Warwick, GRAMMY® hall of fame & multi-platinum recording artist, will release a star-studded duets album titled “Feels So Good.” The 14-track album, being released via the newly formed Bright Music Records (BMR) label in partnership with Caroline, features an anthology of Warwick classics written by Hal David & Burt Bachrach, each reborn as a duet but still encapsulated by its timeless allure. Also featured are four original new duets with some of music’s brightest stars. Joining Warwick on this multi-genre musical venture are artists who, like many of us, have been influenced by Warwick’s body of work throughout the years. Collaborators include Jamie Foxx, CeeLo Green, Gladys Knight, Billy Ray Cyrus, Eric Paslay, Cyndi Lauper, Mya, Ruben Studdard, Phil Driscoll, and Ziggy Marley, as well as Warwick’s granddaughter, Cheyenne Elliott, and son, David Elliott. R&B crooner Ne-Yo, will appear on the first track releasing off the album as he and Warwick take on her nostalgic “A House Is Not A Home.”
“I'm thrilled to release a new project with some of today's great singers and songwriters”
"I'm thrilled to release a new project with some of today's great singers and songwriters," says Warwick. "Throughout my career, I've always enjoyed creating music through collaboration and this experience has been no different. The fresh energy with these artists, producers and my new label Bright Music Records/Caroline is truly inspiring. My album will benefit Unite4good, a not-for-profit coalition, whose mission is to unite us all in bringing more good into the world."
Still consistently touring over 200 days a year, Warwick is one of the most decorated and successful recording artists of all time ranking among the top 40 hit makers from 1955-2012 based on the Billboard Charts. “Feels So Good” will be Warwick’s twenty-eighth full length album, having fifty-six singles reach the Billboard Hot 100, five GRAMMY Awards, three songs inducted into the GRAMMY Hall of Fame and worldwide international success with millions of records sold. It is no wonder why she is the 2nd Most Charted Female Vocalist of All Time.