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Latest Tony Bennett Items
Virginia coach Tony Bennett heard the whistle and didn't see what happened, but figured his team was in good shape.
More than 1,000 people crammed into San Francisco's City Hall on Valentine's Day to honor singer Tony Bennett and the 50th Anniversary of his famous song, "I Left My Heart in San Francisco."
It was a surreal scene: Whitney Houston had died at the Beverly Hilton, and hours later and a few floors below, her life was being celebrated at the event where her career was launched.
One of the Grammy show's most poignant moments was one that TV viewers didn't see.
More than two decades ago, Clive Davis introduced a young woman with a scintillating voice to the music industry at his annual pre-Grammy soiree: Whitney Houston.
Tony Bennett performed on the very first Grammy Awards, and as he returns for the 54th show this Sunday, the singer says it never gets old.
Virginia guard Malcolm Brogdon has a solution for the fatigue that often strikes freshmen at this point in the college basketball season — denial.
San Francisco is honoring legendary crooner Tony Bennett, whose famous song, "I Left My Heart in San Francisco," was recorded 50 years ago.
Mike Scott was able to tick off a list of players that he's been extra fired up to play during his time at Virginia.