Tony Bennett At The MLB

October 29th, 2010 - 9:22 pm ICT by Sampurn Wire  


October 29, 2010 (Sampurn Wire): Tony Bennett, the fifteen time Grammy  Awards winner, sang the National Anthem for the opening game at the AT & T Park in San Francisco, making it an event to remember, for the thousands of spectators present there, as well as the television viewers, who saw the event with abated breadth.

Tony Bennett, the legendary hip hop star, performed at the 7th innings stretch of the MLB, or the Major League Ball, the 2010  Baseball World series.

Tony Bennett,who is considered an iconic figure in the field of music and entertainment,still holds the charm and the aura with his magnificent and charming persona. He had the entire gathering feel the great vibe of the National Anthem ringing throughout the field, making the gathered spectators as eager as children to witness the game aheade. In deed, the power of the legendary 82 year old has to be witnessed to be believed,according to various reports in tabloids!

However,The artist began his amazing career,with a line of singles, which were crooned in the early 1950’s,and he received two of the  prestigious Grammy Awards for his single super duper hit ‘I Left My Heart In San Francisco’,which had his name souring to the heights of success .Thus,the MLB,which saw the almost historical moment with Tony Bennett singing ‘God Bless America’,will be deep rooted in the hearts of all Baseball players and lovers,for a long time top come!

– Sampurn Wire

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