Songwriter, composer, producer and arranger Burt Bacharach, a dominant force in American popular music for half a century, died of natural causes in …
Remembering Burt Bacharach
The songwriter and producer wrote hundreds of songs in his decades-long career, including "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head," "I Say a Little Prayer" and "The Look of Love." Here's a look back at his incredible career and successful side-hustle as a racehorse owner. Plus, tributes from friends and collaborators like Dionne Warwick and Tony Bennett.
The Legendary Composer Has Died at 94
Bacharach had six Grammys and in the 1960s, was rivaled only by Lennon and McCartney in success.
Get to Know His Music
Bacharach's most famous songs, plus the surprising, scary composition that started his career.
In HIs Own Words
In his 50-year career, Bacharach interacted with everyone from the National Library of Congress to Austin Powers.
Praise from Famous Friends
Collaborators and fans were fulsome in their praise for Burt Bacharach, who once told Elvis Costello: "Burt told me, 'I don’t demand 110 per cent any more, I settle for 98.'"
Away From the Music
Bacharach made millions from his successful career as a racehorse owner.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Not all of Burt Bacharach’s hits were on the charts. The Oscar-winning songwriter and pianist found success at the racetrack, too. He first got into horse racing in 1968, the year in which he co-wrote hits “Do You Know the Way to San Jose” by Dionne Warwick and “This Guy’s in Love …
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