The Good Life: The Autobiography Of Tony Bennett
Simon and Schuster, 25 dec. 2012 - 320 pagina's
Tony Bennett is the man Frank Sinatra called 'the best singer in the business', and whose 1995 Grammy Awards for 'Album of the Year' and 'Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance' for MTV Unplugged moved the New York Times to say, 'Tony Bennett has not just bridged the generation gap, he has demolished it.' He has legions of fans over a staggeringly large age span and in a recording career spanning five decades he has made 40 albums. His autobiography is rich with the stories of his long career and of the personalities he has known and includes the highs and lows, the successes and excesses of what has ultimately been a blessed life.
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Bennett follows up a remarkable singing career with this biography. Look for the A&E "Live by Request" performance and a 50th-anniversary prime-time TV special. Volledige review lezen
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