Smooth crooner, Tony Bennett was born Anthony Dominick Benedetto. But his first name should’ve been Larry for the saying, “Happy as”. The living legend has had one beautiful life and it shows all over his smiling face: the 60 years in the biz, 70+ albums, awards, number ones and absolutely no signs of slowing down. He admits to feeling very privileged and says: “I’ve never worked a day in my life”.
For those of you that like your sounds with pictures comes “Sounds On Screen”. These are a series of music documentaries that will form part of the Sydney Film Festival.
The late Amy Winehouse, who died in July this year, aged 27, is following a long line of musicians to have their material released to the public after their death. Plans have already been made for an album to be released on December 5 titled Lioness: Hidden Treasures and feature 12 tracks that are yet to be heard by the public, giving an opportunity to catch a rare glimpse of the British singer.