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  1. hace 2 días · Tony Bennett ganó su primer Grammy en 1963. En 2022, él y Lady Gaga competirán por el álbum del año, convirtiéndolo en el segundo nominado más antiguo en la historia de los Grammy

    • Who Is Tony Bennett?
    • Early Life
    • Songs
    • Professional and Personal Struggles
    • Career Revival: 'The Simpsons,' MTV Unplugged
    • 'Duets' and Other Later Works
    • Books & Philanthropy
    • Paintings
    • Wife

    Tony Bennett enjoyed his first hit single, "Because of You," in 1951, and in 1962, he released his signature song, "I Left My Heart in San Francisco." Bennett's popularity waned as younger fans turned to rock music, but he rebounded by the 1990s through increased exposure and an acclaimed MTV Unplugged appearance. He later teamed up with artists such as Lady Gaga for the highly successful Duets and Duets IIalbums, adding to his collection of Grammy Awards even as he approached his 90th birthday.

    Bennett was born Anthony Dominick Benedetto on August 3, 1926, in Astoria, Queens, New York. Coming of age during the Great Depression, he experienced more difficulty at age 10, when his father passed away. Bennett attended the High School of Industrial Arts in New York City, but he dropped out to help the family finances and worked as a singing waiter. After serving in the Army infantry during World War II, he took advantage of the G.I. Bill and studied singing at the American Theatre Wing. During this period, his vocal coach Mimi Spear offered some advice that he took to heart: Don't imitate other singers; emulate instrumentalists instead.

    Early Hits: 'Because of You,' 'Cold, Cold Heart'

    Performing under the name Joe Bari, Bennett was discovered in 1949 by Pearl Bailey, who asked him to open for her show in Greenwich Village. He subsequently caught the attention of Bob Hope, who advised him to take the name Tony Bennett and put him in his road show. As Bennett told Billboardin 1997, "I've been on the road ever since." Bennett signed with Columbia Records in 1950 and started working with record producer Mitch Miller. His early hits included "Because of You," "Cold, Cold Heart"...

    'I Left My Heart in San Francisco'

    Bennett returned to the spotlight in 1962 with the debut of "I Left My Heart in San Francisco." Released as the B-side to "Once Upon a Time," "I Left My Heart in San Francisco" was the recording that captured the public's attention; it led to Bennett's first Grammy Awards, for Best Record of the Year and Best Solo Vocal Performance, and became his signature song. Its popularity also paved the path for more immediate success, with the subsequent releases "I Wanna Be Around" and "The Good Life"...

    Bennett's success led to some artistic differences between the singer and his record company. His interest in singing quality material made him want to try new songs and new kinds of music, but Columbia for a while wanted him to repeat the style of his early hits. The relationship became further strained in the late 1960s, when the company tried to steer Bennett toward the contemporary rock sound popularized by the Beatles and other artists. Bennett left Columbia in the early 1970s and soon founded his own label, Improv. Although he recorded what has come to be regarded as some of his best work, including The Tony Bennett/Bill Evans Album (1975) and Together Again(1976), his songs failed to gain traction on the charts. By the end of the decade, Improv was out of business and Bennett had stopped recording. Bennett's break from the studio coincided with some difficult times for the singer. Having moved to Los Angeles, he began using cocaine and marijuana, drugs that were an integral p...

    With help from his oldest son, Danny, who became his personal manager, Bennett was able to put his personal and professional lives back together. The singer re-signed with Columbia records, and in 1986 he released The Art of Excellence,his first studio album in nearly 10 years. Danny Bennett saw to it his father received plenty of exposure; the elder Bennett surfaced on talk shows with David Letterman and Jay Leno, made an animated appearance on The Simpsons and delivered an acclaimed performance on MTV Unplugged,which led to a pair of Grammy Award wins.

    In 2002, Bennett teamed up with k.d. Lang to record A Wonderful World. The album netted Bennett another Grammy, for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album, and established a standard for collaboration that would mark this late stage of his career. To commemorate his 80th birthday in 2006, the singer released Duets: An American Classic, recorded with a collection of stars that included Barbra Streisand, Elton John and Sting. The project proved such a success that he created another celebratory album in 2011, Duets II. Among the highlights were "The Lady Is a Tramp," sung with Lady Gaga, as well as "Body and Soul," which turned out to be the late Amy Winehouse's final recording. The following March, Bennett was awarded a Grammy for his duo with Winehouse, as well as for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album.

    Bennett's first book, Tony Bennett: What My Heart Has Seen (1996), features a collection of his portraits, landscapes and still-lifes rendered in various mediums. He followed with The Good Life: The Autobiography of Tony Bennett (1998), Tony Bennett in the Studio: A Life of Art & Music (2007) and Life Is a Gift: The Zen of Bennett(2012). Along with his 18 Grammy Award wins, Bennett has been honored by the Kennedy Center and the United Nations. He has also been involved in various charitable causes, and in 1999 he co-founded the nonprofit Exploring the Arts alongside Susan Crow, who would eventually become his third wife.

    Along with his music, Bennett has nurtured a lifelong love of visual art. His paintings, which he signs with his given name of Anthony Benedetto, have been featured in the Smithsonian and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In 1999 he founded Benedetto Arts LLC to oversee this aspect of his artistic career.

    Bennett's current and third wife is Susan Crow, whom he married in 2007. His previous wives were Sandra Grant and Patricia Beech.

  2. hace 6 días · Tony Bennett discography. The discography of American traditional pop and jazz singer Tony Bennett consists of 61 studio albums, 11 live albums, 33 compilation albums, three video albums, one extended play and 83 singles . Almost all of Bennett's albums have been released by Columbia Records. The biggest selling of his albums in the US have ...

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    Peak Chart Positions(us[1])
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    Love for Sale (with Lady Gaga)
    Released: October 1, 2021 Label: ...
    8
    1
    Love Is Here to Stay (with Diana Krall)
    Released: September 14, 2018 Label: Verve ...
    11
    1
    The Silver Lining: The Songs of Jerome ...
    Released: September 25, 2015 Label: ...
    96
    1
    Cheek to Cheek (with Lady Gaga)
    Released: September 23, 2014 Label: ...
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    1
    • 33
    • 83
    • 11
    • 61
  3. 23/11/2021 · Tony Bennett tiene 95 años y fue diagnosticado con Alzheimer. Todo comenzó cuando se dio cuenta de que no recordaba los nombres de los músicos de su propia banda y pronto comenzó a padecer los síntomas clásicos de la enfermedad. Sus admiradores, que lo siguen desde hace décadas, pensaron que ya no volverían a verlo en un recital.

  4. Hace 1 día · La amistad de Lady Gaga y Tony Bennett durante la última década es un placer de presenciar para sus fanáticos. Ambas celebridades no solamente disfrutan las nominaciones que han recibido a los ...

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  5. 25/11/2021 · La amistad de Lady Gaga y Tony Bennett durante la última década es un placer de presenciar para sus fanáticos. Ambas celebridades no solamente disfrutan las nominaciones que han recibido a los ...

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