Ralph Sharon, Jazz Pianist Who Turned ‘I Left My Heart In San Francisco’ Into The City’s Anthem, Dies At 91
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Jazz pianist, bandleader, and composer Ralph Sharon has died, at 91. Sharon was the gifted keyboardist who turned Tony Bennett onto jazz, and made ‘I Left My Heart In San […]
The jazz duo aren’t the only couple hitting the GRAMMY stage next month. Hozier and Annie Lennox, Jessie J and Tom Jones, and Adam Levine and Gwen Stefani will also perform together.
If you’ve watched the national broadcast of the last few San Francisco Giants home playoff games you know that former Journey frontman Steve Perry does a darn fine lipsync of his own song ‘Don’t Stop Belevin.'” While the journey tune may fire up the fans at AT&T, the Giants are hardly a one-note team. Here’s a look at Perry’s act and several of the other big name artists the Giants have turned to for musical inspiration.
After his 7th Inning performance at AT&T Park, Tony Bennett announces Vegas show w/ Lady Gaga…
This week the craziest, most uneventful showdown in celebrity history happened, a movie trailer is still a big deal, and an odd couple pair up for an album.
The pair arrived at Today this morning (July 29) in a white Rolls Royce to announced that their jazz duets album, Cheek to Cheek will be out on September 23.
Tony Bennett plans to travel to the nation’s capital to pay tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. as the March on Washington marks its 50th year…
They haven’t hit the studio yet, but the 86-year-old crooner says he “can’t wait” to record his next album with the 26-year-old pop star…
Tony Bennett, who famously sang about leaving his heart in San Francisco, was being honored by the city at a ceremony in City Hall this Valentine’s Day.
Here are the nominations for the 2012 Grammy Awards, to air on CBS Sunday, February 12.