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Music legend, Dionne Warwick, to hold 2nd virtual concert May 9

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Five-time Grammy Award winner, Dionne Warwick,  is set to go virtual again on mother’s day.

The 80-year-old pop legend, who is often referred to now as the ‘Queen of Twitter,’ is trailblazing with virtual concerts having held her first live from home on Easter Sunday.

Following the success, Reuters reports that Warwick would perform a second show on May 9, which is Mother’s Day in the United States.

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“I had a little bit of anxiety, based on the fact that I had not sung in a complete year, and vocal cords are muscles and muscles had to be exercised, and I don’t do that.

“I wanted to do a disclaimer, you know, there might be a couple of squeaks, croaks,” she said with a laugh.

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She also relished bringing positive energy to social media.

“That’s one of the things I’m enjoying more than anything else in the world, that everybody’s laughing with me, you know, and that I think is something that has been missing,” she said.

This year Warwick was nominated for the first time to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, a late recognition after nearly 60 hit songs including “Don’t Make Me Over,” “Walk on By,” and “Anyone Who Had a Heart,” and selling over 100 million records since the early 1960s.

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