Sunday, August 19, 2007

STARRY NIGHT WITH TONY





Equals a great time....
Tony Bennett still has "it" in him even at age 80+ years?! I actually surprised myself how much I enjoyed this outdoor evening of pic-nic-ing under Starry skies at the Deer Valley Sky resort. Symphony music by the Utah Symphony and the old crooner himself.... Tony!





12 comments:

Julie said...

How fun! Did he sing "Now it can be told" ? That's my favorite.

Joannah said...

Sounds like a good time! I love those old standards. They are just classy and romantic.

Shelley said...

OMG, who wouldn't love that?! Sounds like a great evening. Wish I were there. :)

C.J. said...

I absolutely love him!

Jeter's Mama said...

too bad my father couldn't have gone with you.
he would have really loved that.
Great that you got to see a living legend.

amy said...

oh that sounds fun!!

Shannon S said...

What a groovy evening!

Headmeister said...

I actually gasped when I saw this, as if I was just told that I had won free tix to go see him! I LOVE LOVE LOVE Tony! My wedding song was a Sinatra tune, but sang by Tony. I have seen Tony in concert. I heart Tony!!!! lol!!!

And yes, he still has chops even in his old age... he is truly amazing!

I am sooooo jealous!

Jewels of My Heart said...

What a lovely night....
Good for you!

Kramer said...

Sounds like a good time! A few weeks ago we went on a beautiful night to the Louisville Zoo where the Louisville Orch. played and Crystal Gayle sang. My sisters and my Mom went with me, we packed a picnic and had a wonderful time. Hope to talk to you soon!

Andrea said...

I am "tagging" you for the middle name meme floating around. I hope you don't mind??

Don and Be said...

I saw Tony a few months back and I was amazed - even got verklempt several times during the show. He came to the front of the stage at one point and sang "Without A Song" without a microphone - people were on the edge of their seats ------
We, too, are on the adoption highway and wish you all the best on your journey.
I see you work for an airline? ---- I just retired from US Airways in June. I am so NOT sad that I left.
Blessings to You,
Don & Be