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Watch Tony Bennett Make GRAMMY History

Relive Bennett's astonishing GRAMMY history, from his stellar first GRAMMY performance at the 5th GRAMMY Awards of "I Left My Heart In San Francisco" through his acceptance speeches and performances with Natalie Cole, Carrie Underwood and Lady Gaga, among others.

As one of the top GRAMMY winners of all time with 18 wins, few artists have as long and enduring a GRAMMY history as Tony Bennett. He earned his first GRAMMY for Record Of The Year and Best Solo Vocal Performance, Male for "I Left My Heart In San Francisco" for 1962, and won his most recent for 2015 for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for The Silver Lining: The Songs Of Jerome Kern. In fact, Bennett has earned Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album honors 13 times, the most in the category's history.

To celebrate his birthday, relive Bennett's astonishing GRAMMY history, from his stellar first GRAMMY performance at the 5th GRAMMY Awards of "I Left My Heart In San Francisco" through his acceptance speeches and performances with Natalie Cole, Carrie Underwood and Lady Gaga, among others.

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