I Left My Heart: A Musical Revue Tribute to Tony Bennett
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The last date listed for I Left My Heart was Saturday June 30, 2007 / 8:00pm.
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From the team that created My Way – A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra comes the jazzy new musical revue _I Left My Heart _— a tribute to the man Sinatra called “the greatest singer in the world,” Tony Bennett. Audiences will go wild over the four decades of music that Bennett recorded, from his early top-40 hits, jazz recordings with Basie, Stan Getz, and Bill Evans, to his torch songs, film scores, all the way to his now infamous MTV Unplugged, which introduced him to a whole new generation of listeners.
I Left My Heart sports a thrilling score of 40 standards all recorded by Bennett, including “Because Of You,” “Stranger In Paradise,” “Top Hat, White Tie And Tails,” “The Best Is Yet To Come,” “When Will The Bells Ring For Me,” “The Good Life,” and his best known hit, “I Left My Heart In San Francisco.”
_I Left My Heart _promises to be an unforgettable walk down memory lane, and a don’t miss for anyone who ever loved the music of George and Ira Gershwin, Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer, Duke Ellington, Irving Berlin, Rogers and Hart, or Cole Porter!