To Contact Antonia Bennett
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Antonia Bennett |
Congratulations on the beginning of what promises to be a great career. My friends and me will be following you along your journey. I have already mentined your name and website on my program. I would like to invite you to be a guest on my Internet Radio program, the Bill Russo Show which is aired on http://www.centannibroadcasting.com . We at Centanni are also beginning our journeys in the media. We feature a wide variety of programming on the Internet. Internet radio is the 'wave' of the future. In any event, I can be reached via email at Viabravo@msn.com or by phone ar 347 933 3337. Best wishes as you launch your star into the galaxy of entertainment. Yours is sure to shine! Bill Russo
I saw Antonia last night in San Antonio, Texas. She was great! Good Show!
Thanks, we are putting you in touch with our publicist, Rob Evanoff from 1888 Media.
Antonia, I met you and your manager in the press room at SXSW. You sat next to me on the couch while I was waiting for a massage. I may try to come to the Biloxi or Houston show. Will be on vacation for Jazz Fest in New Orleans. If you come to New Orleans will be glad to intro you to the musicians/singers/writers I know there.
I saw Antonia perform with her dad in Louisville, and she was wonderful!! A new favorite, for sure!
You keep making the music, we'll keep listening! Thanks!
Antonia, I saw you tonight w/ your wonderful father at the Orpheum Theater in Omaha, Nebraska! FABULOUS show!! Love your voice and will continue to follow you!! Been of fan of your dads for many many years!!
I was in attendance last night, to enjoy your performance with your father in Omaha, NE at the Orpheum Theater . What an amazing evening! To not only get a chance to hear the vocal gifting of my "American Idol" in person, but to also be introduced to someone who is so close to his heart, as was so clearly evident from the stage. Adoring fans can and do admire your father from afar, but how many people can him father and have the freedom and permission to walk up to him and call him dad and get a hug at any given time. Only the four of you siblings, he calls his own. His loving affection and beaming pride and joy with you, his youngest seemed so evident last night.
I grew up watching your father on TV, listening to his gifted vocals on the radio and listening to your dad's melodious velvet voice, as my father played your father's music on the old 78 and 33 albums that we had to play on phonograph player. Of all the, pardon the expression, "Crooners", my father and I placed your father at the top of the list. There were amazing entertainers, each in their own unique right. But your dad was able to and still does, as I witnessed last night first hand, connect with the listener, like few others. What a precious moment during the evening, when he asked the sound engineer to turn down all the mic's and he then proceeded to serenade us with "Fly Me To The Moon". WOW ! ! ! To hear his voice, in person, w/o any electronic assistance, was such a blessing and privilege to me.
You were so very gracious with your time last night after the concert, as you were boarding your transportation from the Orpheum, as I had opportunity to thank you for the wonderful evening. If ever you have occasion to visit Omaha again, please know that you and your father are welcome at the local restaurant "Cascio's Steakhouse". Omaha's only remaining "Italian owned and run" Italian restaurant, according to Larry, son of the founder of Cascio's. It was this restaurant that was the source of the fresh hot breadsticks that were handed to you in a grocery sack by me. I had called the owner after the concert to see if I could buy some breadsticks before they close, to bring back for you folks. It was less than 5 min. drive to the place, he met me at the door and just gave me the sack that I then passed on to you a few minutes later.
May I close with this. Like so many years ago, when your father found "his" voice in the world. My wish for you, is that you may continue to find "your" voice. And please know, as you have opportunity the next time you pick up the mic, that you are singing to an audience of "ONE". The ONE who knit you together in your mother's womb. (excerpt fromPsalm 139:13) The ONE who knows and loves you, more than you even know. The ONE who has plans for you, plans to prosper you and not harm you, and plans to give you hope and a future. (excerpt from Jeremiah 29:11-13) A gentleman about the same age as your father, that lives Louisville Kentucky, gave me his business card years ago. As I read it so long ago, the words still ring true and just as clear as back then. On the back it simply read : "If you meet me and you forget me, you've lost nothing. But, if you meet Jesus Christ and are introduced to Him, and forget and ignore Him, You lose everything.
I believe our paths more than likely will never cross again. I also believe though that everything happens for a purpose. I didn't know that I was going to attend the concert in Omaha, till just 7 days ago. And I don't believe the hot breadsticks from Cascio's was the reason for us having the brief visit we did next to your transportation after the concert. May you enjoy what things and people you have in your life as wonderful memories, including, opening for your father on this tour. I wish you the very best in all you do. Hope you also have a great Mother's Day weekend with family in Las Vegas.
Blessings in Christ Jesus,
PS This is much longer than I had in mind when I started with the intention of offering a simple thank you for a wonderful evening with you, your father and the band. Do with this note as you wish and have a wonderful tour with your dad.
…There is a great tune that I would consider it an honor if you sang, its called FALLIN IN LOVE IN PHILADELPHIA, and you can check it out on youtube by typing the title in the searchbox…………….thanks, Mark Mitchell
There is a great tune out there called FALLIN IN LOVE IN PHILADELPHIA, which I would consider it an honor if you sang…..please check it out on youtube, by typing the title in the searchbox……….thx, Mark
My husband and I attended your father's show on Saturday, July 23 in Reno, Nevada and we both immediately fell in love with you. Words cannot describe how much we enjoyed you and your father's performance!!! It was just wonderful and a special evening…….especially enjoyed your duet with Dad!!! Thank you so very much.
Hello miss Bennett,
My family and I attended your fathers show on Cape Cod 8-14-11 I have to say you were amazing … this being the first time I had heard you, Im a young jazz musican and will now be following your music and hoping to catch you at a future show. I cant say enough good things and even though I know you hear these things all the time I just want to say again it was a pleasure to hear you and have a more vast appriciation of jazz and blues after your set …. Best wishes and regaurds
– Jared Weigel
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Bye and all the best.
Sorry, I'm not a Facebook user. However – I wanted to let you know how much we enjoyed the Westbury concert last night with you and your dad – two very distinct talents! It's a fantastic local venue that has a great lineup of top stars. Its' circular stage lets us get closer than usual to performers, and allows much more interaction between stage and audience, as you've experienced. Hope to see you both at Westbury again in the near future…. Happy Thanksgiving and wonderful holiday season for you and your family. Carol and Jack
Really enjoyed your performance last Saturday at Westbury when you opened for your dad. Great selection of songs and wonderful interpretations of ballads and up-tempo tunes.
One suggestion, though: In “Too Marvelous for Words,” you pronounced the key adjectives as marvelISS, amorISS, and gloriISS…It’s actually marvelUS, amorUS, gloriUS.
That’s much classier. More important, it’s the correct pronounciation.
Hello Ms Bennett,
Thank you so much for your elegant performance in Seattle this evening. My friend and I, both music teachers, gave ourselves tickets to your show for mutual Christmas presents. Of course we have loved your dad forever, but are so impressed with your cool and classy style. In addition I LOVED your dress! You looked beautiful. I am searching for a dress to wear to my son's wedding in June 2012, and think that dress style would be perfect. If you wouldn't mind sharing the designer or location of purchase I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you sincerely for your love of the music that I have loved my whole life. Bridget
What a wonderful surprise seeing Antonia open for her Dad!!! Quite obviously, talent is abundant…and hereditary!! in the Bennett family!!!
(Dad was amazing too!!!)
hi antonia, i have co-written a song tribute to your father. I wondered, may I send it to you, and what is the best address? starter lyrics below:
mr bennett (alt: mr b)
a dozen for a dime
they tell you all the time
but even if the saying’s true
i tell you there are few who
turn a tune like you
may i reiterate
you’re never ever second rate
time you come to town
i see you once or twice or more
your singing i adore…..
the rest. i met your sydney driver john last night and gave him a compilation cd with other original songs. realised i should send you the whole song of Mr Bennett. I'd like you to hear the tune. you might like to surprise your father some time. May I send you the lead sheet?
may i reiterate
you’re never ever second rate
time you come to town
i see you once or twice or more
your singing i adore
the way you texturise
the colours in your lows and highs
black opal shine
and while you’re softly crooning
we’re swooning and we’re grooving
so tony have a heart
or two i’d like to glean
to learn to swing like you
i’d even join a queue
if passing by our way
at sydney opera house
we’re quiet as a mouse for you
and your crewbeedoo
scoobeedoobeedoobeedoobeedoobeedoo doo bee doo bee doo bee
lyrics catherine o'brien
music bernie mcgann (c)
Dear Ms. Bennett:
I had the good fortune of watching you perform with your dad in Istanbul last week. It was quite a treat. Thank you both! "Hey, Old Friend" was just precious. I looked everywhere for a recording of it, but no luck. Could you please tell me where I might find it (an audio recording)?
Necip Fikri Alican.
My wife and I had the great pleasure of seeing you and your dad perform at Caesar's Palace September 1st. "Hey Old Friend was so sweet. We are transplanted New Yorkers having moved to Vegas in 2005. In fact, we saw you perform in the lounge at the Golden Nugget in December 2005 right after seeing Tony perform in the showroom. When we got home after the show at Caesar's, I clearly hadn't had enough and was still on a cloud. I immediately played Tony's dvd, "Tony Bennett's New York" and watched it all the way through. I grew up in Queens in the 50s and his magical voice has brought me pleasure ever since.
Best Regards, Tony Maglio