Tony Bennett was one of the most loved singers of the ’50s and the ’60s. This talented vocalist had been around forever and continued to regularly win and connect with young and senior audiences.
Bennett had given us many classic songs that captured the listeners instantly. He had a splendid track record and had always created masterpieces. One of the moments from his onstage appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show had recently garnered much attention online.
Born Anthony Dominick Benedetto, Bennett had served in the US military and fought battles in World War II. However, one of the army generals had requested him to pursue singing. He soon achieved a remarkable career lasting another 70 years.
Bennett loved to perform onstage and had been on “The Ed Sullivan Show” 18 times as an esteemed guest throughout the show’s run. The songs that Bennett sang in this exceptional onstage performance were “There’ll Never Be Another You” & “Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me).”
The show aired on October 6th, 1968. The first song Bennett sang was “There’ll Never Be Another You,” which was one of the most iconic songs written by Harry Warren. Bennett sang the jazz song with great confidence.
The talented singer delivered one of the most delicate vocals of his career in his song, “Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me).” Many famous singers of that era claimed that Tony Bennet always had a great ending to his songs. The above song proved them correct.
The mesmerizing voice and the lovely music were so captivating that the audience was totally lost in Bennett’s onstage performance. At the song’s end, the audience screamed for another performance, giving him huge applause.