- The Washington Times - Sunday, June 3, 2007

Recording standards have become a hot trend for longtime singers like Rod Stewart and Carly Simon. How lucky for us that a few of the earliest interpreters of these classic songs are still around to remind us how it’s supposed to be done — Tony Bennett, for example, who, at 80, continues to charm audiences and win awards for his tireless work on this front. Tonight at 8, he takes the stage at the Filene Center, Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts (1645 Trap Road, Vienna). Call 703/255-1900 or visit www.wolftrap.org.

Jenny Mayot

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