Tony Bennett, who gave the world "I Left My Heart In San Francisco," has now been one of the world's top singing stars for almost a half a century. His popularity and appeal span all generations, won over by a musical style that is timeless in its appeal. Born Anthony Dominick Benedetto, the son of an Italian immigrant, in Queens, New York, in 1926, he became Tony Bennett in 1949 after comedian Bob Hope saw him singing in a club and suggested a change of name. Bennett never looked back...early hits like "Boulevard of Broken Dreams," "Just In Time," and "Stranger In Paradise" brought him recording success on both sides of the Atlantic. In 1962 he recorded "I Left My Heart In San Francisco," the song that has become his signature tune.
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