Burt Bacharach is an American composer, pianist, and singer.
Starting his music career in 1950, he worked at the Brill Building with lyricist Hal David. Their first hit was The Story of My Life recorded by Marty Robbins, which hit #15 in the Billboard Hot 100. He went on to create tracks such as Magic Moments, The Look of Love, Wishin' and Hopin, Anyone Who Had a Heart, (They Long to Be) Close to You, Walk on By, I Say a Little Prayer, Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head and What's New Pussycat? and worked closely with Dionne Warwick.
He released his debut solo album, ‘Hit maker!: Burt Bacharach plays the Burt Bacharach Hits’, in 1965, which reached #3 in the UK Albums Chart. His last album was 2005’s ‘At This Time’, which won him his sixth Grammy Award.
Burt Bacharach will perform with a full symphonic orchestra at London's Royal Festival Hall and Brighton Dome this summer. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information below on Stereoboard.