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Amy Winehouse And Tony Bennett Duet It Up

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Amy And Tony Record Duet

So cool!

While we don't exactly agree with how Amy Winehouse can sometimes conduct herself, we do have to say we're pretty excited to hear a duet between her and the legendary Tony Bennett.

The two singers recorded the song together in the famous Abbey Road Studios, and the collab is supposed to appear on Bennett's upcoming Duets II, which comes out September 20th.

Chances are we'll probably hear it before then!

So who else is on the record?

As well as Winehouse, the new album will feature contributions from Mariah Carey, Sheryl Crow and Norah Jones.

Wow, Tony! Sounds pretty epic to us!

We can't wait to hear the album, that's for sure!

Are U looking forward to Duets II??

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6 comments to “Amy Winehouse And Tony Bennett Duet It Up”



  1. 1

    his 2007 duet with Christina Aguilera was amazing…..hope Mariah's one will be that good



  2. 2

    isn't this crack whore dead yet!



  3. 3

    Perez glorifies Amy Winehouse.. a coked out drunk drug addict… but villianizes others for smaller offences…. Awesome.



  4. 4

    Tony Bennett will be 85 this year. I would think that any actual "duets" being recorded are at the mercy of digital sound engineers, not necessarily the artists teaming up in the studio.



  5. 5

    Ugly jew is wearing a saturn hexagram in a circle to praise satan, the god of her success.

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    6

    This train wreck doesn't deserve a duet with Tony Bennett. It'll probably be great, but still.