Bennett delivers an evening full of standards and show tunes with his signature golden voice and charm
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$36 for the second balcony (up to $71 value)
$43 for the orchestra rear, main floor, or first balcony (up to $86 value)
Number of Grammy Awards: 16, not including his Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award
Number of Emmy Awards: two
Number of albums: over 70
Other notable achievements: Kennedy Center Honor, star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, induction into the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame, winning over the MTV generation by simply being Tony Bennett
Location of Tony Bennett’s heart: in San Francisco, where it calls to him from high on a hill
What does it say?: “Please come get me, Tony. Some teenagers are about to use me as a football.”
How charitable is Tony?: Some people call him “Tony Benefit.”
Other talents: Tony is an accomplished painter whose works can been seen at the Smithsonian
Inspiring words from Tony on why he’ll never retire: “If you are creative, you get busier as you get older”
Songs you might hear live: the entire Great American Songbook like you’ve never heard it before, and definitely the San Francisco song.