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Tony Bennett Bio

Singer Tony Bennett’s voice has made him one of traditional pop music’s most iconic figures. Bennett’s renditions of pop, jazz, swing, and easy listening tunes have made him a favorite of fans all over the globe. Fans rush to buy Tony Bennett tickets and fill large theaters to hear him croon songs like “I Left My Heart in San Francisco.”

Of course, Bennett’s place at the pinnacle of the classical pop world wasn’t easy to reach. Before he was a living legend, Bennett had to put in a great deal of work. His story is one of struggle and perseverance. In fact, Tony Bennett rose to fame twice – first in the 1950s and then again in 1980s, when he launched a risky comeback after years of personal and professional turmoil. Bennett overcame all of his obstacles, and he is now considered one of classical pop’s biggest stars and most important classical figures.

Tony Bennett was born Anthony Dominick Benedetto on August 3, 1926 in Queens, New York. His parents were John Benedetto, a grocer and an Italian immigrant, and seamstress Anna Suraci. Bennett was born and raised in Astoria, Queens, a neighborhood in the western edge of the borough, on the East River across from Manhattan. Life in Astoria wasn’t easy: Bennett’s father fell ill and wasn’t able to work, plunging the family into poverty. When Bennett was just 10 years old, his father passed away.

Though Bennett’s father wouldn’t be there to see his son rise to fame, he was instrumental in instilling a love of the arts in his young son. Even in his youth, Bennett appreciated art, literature, and – most of all – music. Bennett listened to Al Jolson, Bing Crosby, and other contemporary acts in his youth. He was already dancing and singing as a hobby before his father passed away, and when he was 10 he performed at the opening of the Triboro Bridge, which connects Manhattan and the Bronx to Queens and landed, on the Queens side, in Bennett’s native Astoria.

Bennett went to the School of Industrial Art in New York City and studied music – as well as painting, which Bennett is now also well-known for. By the time he was 16, however, Bennett couldn’t afford to stay in school any longer. His family’s poverty forced him to drop out and work low-paying jobs in Manhattan. Even while working long hours, however, Bennett was able to find time to sing as an amateur all around New York City and the neighboring parts of New Jersey.

In 1944, Bennett was drafted into the army. There, he helped American forces push the German army back through France and into Germany. Bennett saw deeply disturbing things during his time in Europe, including Nazi concentration camps. After the war, he stayed on as part of the occupying force in Germany, but was demoted and reassigned for the “crime” of dining with a black high school friend in the segregated army dining hall. Bennett’s demotion proved to be a good thing for his musical career, as he then got the opportunity to sing with the 314th Army Special Services Band.

After returning to the states, Bennett took advantage of the GI Bill to study at the American Theatre Wing. Bennett once again took to singing all over New York, and he was eventually noticed by Bob Hope, who asked Bennett to come on tour with him. Hope suggested a stage name, as “Anthony Benedetto” seemed too clunky to him. Hope suggested “Tony Bennett” as an alternative, and Bennett’s famous stage name was born.

Bennett earned his first hit with a rendition of “Because of You,” a 1940 pop standard that Bennett recorded in 1951. Bennett’s version sold more than a million copies and established him as one of pop’s rising stars. Bennett followed his breakout with more number-one hits, including “Cold, Cold Heart” (1951) and “Rags to Riches” (1953). By the mid-1950s, Bennett was one of music’s biggest stars. Fans lined up to get their hands on Tony Bennett tickets, and young fans even dressed in black to “mourn” Bennett’s 1952 marriage – because it meant he was he was off the market.

Bennett was so popular that his career survived the arrival of rock and roll. While other pop singers were being pushed off the charts by the rise of rockers like Elvis Presley, Bennett continued to churn out hits for his delighted fans throughout the 1950s and early 1960s.

Bennett’s career hit a snag in the mid-60s. He was encouraged to record more contemporary songs, but his rock and roll covers were poorly received. In the 1970s, Bennett divorced, remarried, and acquired a drug addiction. Bennett performed in Las Vegas and acquired a reputation as a washed-up pop star. His career hit the rocks, and his record company dropped him. Bennett founded his own record label and kept working, but fans didn’t like his new material. In 1979, he nearly died of a cocaine overdose.

After his cocaine overdose, Bennett faced reality. He teamed up with his son, Danny Bennett, and began to engineer a comeback. Danny booked his father at venues far from Vegas and began to deliberately target a younger audience – without changing Bennett’s style or choice of tunes. It worked, and Bennett began to appear on popular late night shows, award shows, and other high-profile events.

Bennett’s incredible comeback allowed him to reclaim his position at the top of the classical pop world and gained him a new generation of fans. 40 years after his initial breakout, fans too young to remember the 50s – or even the 60s – were lining up for Tony Bennett tickets. That remained true in the following decades, and Bennett returned to recording the classical pop, jazz, and show tune standards that had made him famous in the first place.

Today, Tony Bennett is once again one of the most beloved singers on the planet. His distinctive voice and classical pop style have made him popular with a new generation of fans, and his regular live shows have given fans new and old alike more chances to get their hands on Tony Bennett tickets. Tony Bennett’s career hasn’t always been easy, but it’s earned him a place in pop history – and a place in the hearts of millions of fans.

Top 3 Tony Bennett Tracks:

Fly Me To The Moon
Christmas Time Is Here
The Shadow Of Your Smile

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Cheap Tony Bennett Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$5.00 Tony Bennett — 10/23/2015
Harrah's Cherokee Resort Event Center; Cherokee, NC
$17.00 Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett — 07/25/2015
Bethel Woods Center for the Arts; Bethel, NY
$21.00 Tony Bennett — 05/14/2016
Sands Bethlehem Event Center; Bethlehem, PA
$26.00 Tony Bennett — 04/19/2015
Turning Stone Resort & Casino Showroom; Verona, NY
$29.00 Tony Bennett — 08/04/2017
Ravinia Pavilion; Highland Park, IL
$35.00 Tony Bennett — 07/28/2016
Wolf Trap; Vienna, VA
$36.00 The Mentalist — 04/10/2015
V2 Theater - Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino; Las Vegas, NV
$36.00 The Mentalist — 04/11/2015
V2 Theater - Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino; Las Vegas, NV
$36.00 Tony Bennett — 07/15/2017
Hollywood Bowl; Hollywood, CA
$37.00 Tony Bennett — 07/14/2017
Hollywood Bowl; Hollywood, CA

Best and Most Expensive Tony Bennett Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$779.00Sinatra 100 - An All Star GRAMMY Concert — 12/02/2015
Wynn Las Vegas Encore Theatre; Las Vegas, NV
$691.00Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett — 04/23/2015
Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater; Austin, TX
$556.00Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett — 07/24/2015
The Borgata Event Center; Atlantic City, NJ
$472.00Tony Bennett — 01/17/2016
Pechanga Resort and Casino Showroom; Temecula, CA
$468.00Tony Bennett — 03/13/2016
Artis Naples; Naples, FL
$463.00Tony Bennett — 03/09/2016
Dr. Phillips Center - Walt Disney Theater; Orlando, FL
$397.00Tony Bennett — 11/18/2016
The Community Theatre at Mayo Center of the Performing Arts; Morristown, NJ
$392.00Tony Bennett — 12/20/2015
Grand 1894 Opera House; Galveston, TX
$354.00Tony Bennett — 10/16/2015
The Avalon Ballroom At Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort; Niagara Falls, ON
$301.00Tony Bennett — 12/06/2015
Rialto Square Theatre; Joliet, IL