In addition, nine of Warwick’s early albums are being reissued, some on CD for the first time.

Warwick has been touring since January, hitting several cities in the States and playing five dates in New Zealand. Next up for the singer are a pair of dates at Casino Rama in Ontario March 30 and 31.

She’ll kick off a string of U.S. dates with a concert April 1 at Dallas’ I.M. Pei designed Morton Meyerson Symphony Center and then make stops in eight cities including Tacoma, Wa., Brooklyn, N.Y., and Winston-Salem, N.C.

Warwick will spend most of the summer in Europe playing to audiences in countries including Italy, Austria and Switzerland, although she will make a handful of appearances in the States before heading to Brazil for three dates in August.

In the fall, she’ll return to the U.S. and currently has dates on the books through the end of October.

The reason for such an exhaustive tour schedule? During her world tour, Warwick wants to perform in every city and on every continent she’s ever played.

My Friends, which is Warwick’s first album for her new label Concord, features duets with an array of female artists including Gladys Knight, Olivia Newton John, Cyndi Lauper, Gloria Estefan, and Reba McEntire.

The portion of Warwick’s catalog due for reissue May 15 on the Collector’s Choice label includes nine of her first ten albums, and features a bevy of classic collaborations with composer Burt Bacharach including hits like “Don’t Make Me Over,” “Wishin’ And Hopin’,” “Anyone Who Had a Heart,” “Walk On By,” “Close To You,” “Alfie,” and “What The World Needs Now.”