Special Guest: Tony Bennett


Saturday, May 24, 2003

Kurt Andersen and singer Tony Bennett talk about the power of influence and its effect on creativity.

Tony Bennett is one of the most revered jazz and pop singers of all time. He made standards out of "Blue Velvet," "I Left My Heart In San Francisco," and dozens more. His most recent is A Wonderful World, with K.D. Lang. Bennett is also an accomplished painter and a founder of Frank Sinatra School for the Arts, a public high school in Astoria, Queens. 


Tony Bennett

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