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Legends in Concert - The Sound of Velvet

Tony Bennett

Year: 1949

Runtime: 00:48:33

Enjoy an evening with Tony Bennett, one of the finest singers of popular songs that has ever lived,

Tony Bennett Available In:

Jazz, Pop, Oldies

Genres You May Like:

Jazz, Oldies, Pop, Vocal, Blues, Singer Songwriter, Country

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