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Anthony Dominick Benedetto, better known by his stage name Tony Bennett, is an American singer, best known for his renditions of show tunes, performing standards, jazz, and his popular song, “I Left My Heart in San Francisco.” He was born on August 3, 1926 as Anthony (Antonio) Dominick Benedetto in Astoria, Queens, New York, to seamstress Anna Suraci and grocer John Benedetto. He married Patricia Beech in 1952, Sandra Grant in 1971, and then Susan Crow in 2007. He has four children, two daughters, Antonia and Joanna and two sons, Danny and Dae.

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Height171 cm, 5′7½” (feet & inches)
Weight79 kg, 175 pounds
Shoe SizeN/A
Body ShapeThin

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Mercer was very clever. He knew the way Southerners spoke and put that into his lyrics. But in that whole era, you had the best. Harold Arlen was just fantastic. Cole Porter was better than anybody, and Gershwin was Gershwin, y’know. Johnny Mercer started Capitol Records, and he brought in Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Nat King Cole.

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When you hear a great two-track of a performance in Carnegie Hall, let’s say, it sounds like you’re right there at that moment. It’s true to reality. And the closer it gets, once it gets too technical, it becomes very tinny to hear notes. It doesn’t sound right. It has to be natural.

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It’s a great thing that the United States has given the rest of the world – no other country has given such great popular music to the Far East and Europe. When I play those great countries, a lot of times, the audience starts singing the songs with me. They know them. They love them.

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If music sounds dated, it means it wasn’t very good in the first place.

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Johnny Mercer started Capitol Records, and he brought in Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Nat King Cole. He just let them sing whatever they wanted, and it became the best record company in America.

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