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All the Things You Are: The Life of Tony Bennett

Biography & autobiography


by
David Evanier

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 320 pages

File size: 2.9 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

The first complete biography of singing legend Tony Bennett

Among America’s greatest entertainers such as Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, Ray Charles, and Sammy Davis Jr., Tony Bennett alone is still here and at the top of his game. For the first time, All the Things You Are tells the incredible story of Bennett’s life and sixty-year career, from his impoverished New York City childhood through his first chart-topping hits, from liberating a concentration camp to his civil rights struggles, from his devastating personal and career battles and addiction in the 1970’s to his stunning comeback and emergence as a musical statesman, America’s troubadour, role model and mentor, and unmatched interpreter of the American songbook.

Whether you’ve been a Tony Bennett fan for decades or are just discovering him, this book will deepen your understanding of this hugely gifted entertainer and his music.

The first complete biography of singing legend Tony Bennett

Among America’s greatest entertainers such as Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, Ray Charles, and Sammy Davis Jr., Tony Bennett alone is still here and at the top of his game. For the first time, All the Things You Are tells the incredible story of Bennett’s life and sixty-year career, from his impoverished New York City childhood through his first chart-topping hits, from liberating a concentration camp to his… (more)

The first complete biography of singing legend Tony Bennett

Among America’s greatest entertainers such as Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, Ray Charles, and Sammy Davis Jr., Tony Bennett alone is still here and at the top of his game. For the first time, All the Things You Are tells the incredible story of Bennett’s life and sixty-year career, from his impoverished New York City childhood through his first chart-topping hits, from liberating a concentration camp to his civil rights struggles, from his devastating personal and career battles and addiction in the 1970’s to his stunning comeback and emergence as a musical statesman, America’s troubadour, role model and mentor, and unmatched interpreter of the American songbook.

Whether you’ve been a Tony Bennett fan for decades or are just discovering him, this book will deepen your understanding of this hugely gifted entertainer and his music.

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