Tony Bennett Reviews
Pam Horvath from Washington, District of Columbia
Fifth time I have had the immense pleasure of hearing him sing. This past Saturday at Wolf Trap he didn't disappoint! It was my favorite as he seemed to enjoy every minute of the show himself! What a treasure he is and in my mind, one of a kind. Loved when Lady Gaga joined him. Love this man!
Andy Brown from Portland, Oregon
Mr. Bennett put on a fantastic show. The accompanying quartet was also first rate. Sang all the classics, had great repoire with the audience. He is a genetic wonder at 91 plus. Last saw him in NYC in 1991. Don't miss this great singer if you have a chance.
Jojo from Boston, Massachusetts
Legend...He still conquers
Gabriel Guerrero from Portland, Oregon
MR. BENNETT IS 91 & STILL. GREAT
Amazing ! His vocal gift is still fully intact. May he be like Tony (Martin) whom I played accordion for from 1998-2012 when he died ! May Mr. Bennett do as well !!!
David Beauregard from Richmond, Virginia
Tony Bennett at the Altria last night was wonderful. Great arrangements sung in that unmistakable fashion by the Dean of the American songbook. His energy and stage presence lent an air of intimacy to the night. I thank my wife for the very special gift an evening listening to the premiere American song man .
Jerry M from Phoenix, Arizona
Tony Bennett performed in concert last night at the intimate Celebrity Theater. I can’t think of any living performer I was as eager to see. At age 91 he shattered every myth about “old age”; delivering a non-stop one-man show where he was on his feet working the stage for almost 90 minutes. His voice was pristine ... clear, emotive and as powerful as a tornado. He never paused, rested or faltered and never missed a lyric. I honestly can’t think of one singer 1/5 his age who works as hard on stage without one iota of loop tracks, autotune or lip-syncing. His show can best be summed up by the woman seated a few rows behind me .... “daaaammm!”
Frank #2 from Nashville, Tennessee
Last night Tony was up to his own high standards of performance before a sold out, appreciative audience. He hit on many of his classics, and had a brief montage of several of these well-known works. Tony, you "flew us to the moon," and we basked in the "shadow of your smile." Remember: the music "never ends." No you didn't leave your heart "high on a hill" in San Francisco; you brought it to Nashville--and we thank you!
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