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American singer

Born: August 3, 1926 (age 94 years), Astoria, New York, United States

Artworks: South of France, Sunday in Central Park, MORE

Spouse: Susan Crow (m. 2007), Sandra Grant Bennett (m. 1971–2007), Patricia Beech (m. 1952–1971)

Movies: Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga: Cheek to Cheek Live!

Birthday: August 3, 1926

Nationality: American

Age: 94 Years, 94 Year Old Males

Sun Sign: Leo

Also Known As: Anthony Dominick Benedetto

Born In: Astoria, New York City, New York

Famous As: Pop Singer

Pop Singers American Men

Height: 5’7″ (170 cm), 5’7″ Males

Spouse/Ex-: Susan Crow (M. 2007), Patricia Beech (M. 1952–1971), Sandra Grant Bennett (M. 1971–2007)

Father: John Benedetto

Mother: Anna Benedetto

Siblings: John Benedetto Jr., Mary Benedetto

Children: Antonia Bennett, Dae Bennett, Danny Bennett, Joanna Bennett

City: New York City

U.S. State: New Yorkers

Founder/Co-Founder: Frank Sinatra School Of The Arts

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Tony Bennett 10 Fast Facts, Biography, Wiki

Tony Bennett has been married thrice. His previous marriages to Patricia Beech and Sandra Grant ended in divorces.

From these two marriages, he had four kids including singer Antonia Bennett. He married his third wife Susan Crow in 2007.

Bennett nearly died after a drug overdose incident in 1979.

Initially he served as a copy boy for the Associated Press and also took several other low-paying jobs.

He was inducted into the 2011 New Jersey Hall of Fame for his contributions to the Arts and Entertainment Industry.

Friends with Ella Fitzgerald, Harry Belafonte, Martin Luther King, Florence Henderson, Angela Lansbury, Julie London, and Jacqueline Kennedy.

Winner of the 2017 Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song.

Performed at the opening of the Triborough Bridge in 1936, at the age of 9

After serving in WWII, he joined the Army military band and sang under the name Joe Bari

While touring with Bob Hope in 1949, Hope suggested he change his name to Tony Bennett

In 1952, when he married his first wife, 2,000 young women dressed in black staged a mock protest in front of the church

Is an accomplished painter with a studio in New York City; was chosen to be the official artist for the 2001 Kentucky Derby, and was commissioned for two paintings by the United Nations

Has had albums chart in every decade from the 1950s through the 2010s

In February 2021, an article in AARP Magazine revealed that Bennett was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in 2016, though he continued to perform and record until the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020.

His twice weekly singing practices are thought to have kept his brain stimulated and spared him from symptoms such as disorientation, depression and a detachment from reality.

His neurologist told AARP that, prior to the pandemic, Bennett’s touring schedule “kept him on his toes and also stimulated his brain in a significant way”.

Bennett had only started showing symptoms of decline in the two years leading up to the article and had continued to record tracks from 2018 to early 2020 for an album with Lady Gaga, despite at times being “lost and bewildered” during recording sessions.

The album is expected to be released in early 2021.