Tony Bennett is an iconic American singer, songwriter, interperter and a painter, born in 1926, as Anthony Dominick Benedetto. Tony is the founder of Frank Sinatra School of Arts, in New York. He fought in the European Theater, during the final stages of the World War 2 as a U.S Army Infantryman. After the war, he signed with Columbia Records, and his first hit single was ''Because of You'' from 1951.  His ever most famous song is ''I Left My Heart in San Francisco'' from 1962.  Throughout his career, he has won 19 Grammy Awards, and has sold more than 40 million records worldwide.  

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