Gifted with a soulful voice that wrapped around even the simplest melodies with pure conviction, there was never any doubt that Dionne Warwick was destined for musical greatness. Warwick was an international superstar by all standards, thanks to an inimitable number of major hits, such as "Don't Make Me Over" (1962), "Walk on By" (1964), and her unforgettable rendition of the 1966 song, "Alfie" (1967). One of her biggest hits was the classic "Do You Know the Way to San Jose" (1968), an upbeat pop gem considered one of the songstress' trademark songs. After dominating the adult contemporary and R&B charts in the 1960s, Warwick's career lagged in the next decade, due mostly to the ending of her longtime collaboration with famed composers, Burt Bacharach and Hal David, but she revived her career with the smoldering ballad, "I'll Never Love This Way Again" (1979). Throughout her illustrious career, she recorded more than 55 chart-topping singles, but her success extended far beyond the music industry. Warwick - who was famously the aunt of songstress Whitney Houston - also devoted most of her life to charitable causes, most notably to promoting AIDS research, and proving that she truly was one of her era's most influential and successful artists.