Tony Bennett Planning Full Duet Album With Stevie Wonder
Tony Bennett has joined forces with Stevie Wonder to pen a duet album which is still raw in material but very much definite. The mutual collaboration is the stem of recent Grammy Award-winning of their duet in 'For Once In My Life'.
Bennett admitted that Wonder is "my favorite guy. He's so deep, and he's such a creative artists at all time. We enjoyed ('For Once in My Life') so much and we enjoyed being with each other, it seems natural to do more together."
The plan is to do a jazz album. "I know he wants to do a jazz album," Bennett told Billboard.com. "I'm interested in that myself." Both are currently still "sketching things" and no specific date to enter the studio has been listed.
'For Once in My Life' appears in Bennett's Grammy winning album 'Duets: An American Classic'.
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