By Nathan M. Walters, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Some voices sum up the feeling of an entire generation. It is difficult to listen to Dionne Warwick, who will perform Tuesday, August 28th, at Theatro Municipal in Rio, without being transported back to the soulful sixties. The music icon recently talked with The Rio Times about Brazil, her new album, and the Girl from Ipanema.
Warwick's career has spanned five decades, producing a collection of timeless hits, almost 70 million albums sold, five Grammy Awards, and a devoted global fan base.
The combination has kept the legendary . . .