Pics: Tony Bennett
Living legend Tony Bennett, who started his career in the ’50s and is still going strong at 87 years of age, put on a powerful show at Blaisdell Monday night. The sprightly gentleman, who has sold millions of records worldwide and won 17 Grammy Awards and the Grammy Lifetime Award, warmed the evening with his classic voice, starting off with the appropriate “Watch What Happens,” and continued with favorites like “They All Laughed,” “Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me),” “I Left My Heart in San Francisco,” “The Way You Look Tonight” and countless others that brought his audience to laughter and tears, finishing with an encore of “Fly me to the Moon.”
His daughter, Antonia Bennett, opened the show.
Photos by Peter Chiapperino