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Tony Bennett at Davies Symphony Hall

Where

Davies Symphony Hall
201 Van Ness (at Grove)
San Francisco, CA

When

Thu, May 23, 2013
7:30pm

Add to Calendar 2013-05-23 7:30pm 2013-05-23 Tony Bennett at Davies Symphony Hall F. Scott Fitzgerald famously quipped that there are no second acts in American life, but he didn’t count on Tony Bennett. In a twist worthy of one of the Jazz Age writer’s masterly short stories, it’s the music from Fitzgerald’s own era that has sustained and fueled Bennett’s resurgence as a major force in American music. The consummate interpreter of standards, Bennett built his career on the bedrock of the American Songbook. Time has lent his voice a husky, burnished quality that adds a tinge of rue to his deep-seated optimism; an ebullient sense of swing that has earned him a staggering 17 Grammy Awards and the supreme honor of being named an NEA Jazz Master in 2006. Davies Symphony Hall, 201 Van Ness (at Grove) false MM/DD/YYYY

Tickets

$75/$95/$130/$170

Musicians

Tony Bennett
Tony Bennett
vocalist

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F. Scott Fitzgerald famously quipped that there are no second acts in American life, but he didn’t count on Tony Bennett. In a twist worthy of one of the Jazz Age writer’s masterly short stories, it’s the music from Fitzgerald’s own era that has sustained and fueled Bennett’s resurgence as a major force in American music. The consummate interpreter of standards, Bennett built his career on the bedrock of the American Songbook. Time has lent his voice a husky, burnished quality that adds a tinge of rue to his deep-seated optimism; an ebullient sense of swing that has earned him a staggering 17 Grammy Awards and the supreme honor of being named an NEA Jazz Master in 2006...

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Marshall Lamm uploaded this event on December 17, 2012

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