We saw the opening of the Tony Bennett revue that featured three classically trained tenors and an excellent pianist. The entire show was filled with Bennett's songs accompanied by the pianist only. I didn't really care for the classical tone used for Bennett's pop favorites. The three singers were excellent, but their attempt at banter with one another appeared strained and a bit contrived. I think one singer had trouble remembering words, but in his defense, there are a lot of words to memorize. The pianist provided just the right amount of musicality to show the jazzy, bluesy sound of the music.
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