Tony Bennett concert reviews and tour history
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- reviews: 2
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- rating: 77.5% (2)
Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville, US
Thu, 11 Dec 2014 85% from 1 rating
Ravinia Pavilion in Highland Park, US
Sat, 27 Jun 2015 70% from 1 rating
one of the best: 00%
should've stayed at home: 00%
Tony Bennett tour history
About Tony Bennett
Tony Bennett was born 96 years ago, on Tuesday, 3 August 1926 in Astoria, US.
Based on our research data, it appears, that the first Tony Bennett concert happened 40 years ago on Mon, 08 Aug 1983 in Red Parrot Club - New York, US and that the last Tony Bennett concert was 1 year ago on Thu, 16 Dec 2021 in The Joint-Hard Rock & Casino Tulsa - Catoosa, US.Tony Bennett is most often considered to be:
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Ravinia Pavilion in Highland Park, US on Sat, 27 Jun 2015
Mr Bennett's voice seems to be getting
better with time! At 88, he's clear and
crisp. Good projection, too! Lady Gaga
is always entertaining and her voice is
perfect for al the old standbys that Tony
sings. I wish we would have been in the Pavillion
to see all of her costume changes!
All in all, it was very good. The weather
certainly could've been better, though.
Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville, US on Thu, 11 Dec 2014
Tony Bennett was relaxed and in total control of his material and his craft with his master of phrasing and the true jazz musician at heart that he has perfected! He sang a great set list that was personalized to Nashville with a Hank Williams song and also to the season with a Christmas song as well. He can still sing out a sustained note with a rich vibrato that appears effortless but sounds so passionate and tender too. His quartet filled with master musicians in their own fields added the cream to the top! Mr. Bennett and his quartet performed brilliantly with the Nashville Symphony Orchestra! We were so pleased to be among a crowd that showed their appreciation for Mr. Bennett’s heartfelt and perfect performance at least 8 times during his 80 minutes on stage performing. The ending of his concert you could hear a pin drop when he put his microphone down and sang “Fly Me to the Moon” without amplification as a lover would sing a love song to his one true love. Words cannot express how awesome this experience was! It was not a concern, it was a true experience that was lived!
(Tony Bennett’s daughter, Antonia Bennett was also billed on the ticket to perform at this concert, but she did not perform and there was no mention as to why she did not appear.)