Antonia Bennett
Natural (EP)

  • Puttin’ On The Ritz
  • The Thrill Is Gone
  • I Wish I Were In Love Again
  • I Fall To Pieces
  • Love Is A Battlefield
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 Sample some of Antonia’s music below-
“Love Is A Battlefield”


“Puttin’ On The Ritz’

Antonia Bennett
Antonia Bennett is a singer, who like her legendary father, Tony Bennett, has always known how to make a tune her own. An alumnus of Boston’s esteemed Berklee College of Music, she has worked just about every type of musical gig on the way up. As Tony’s youngest daughter, many people make the natural assumption that Antonia is only a Jazz or Standards artist, but to the contrary, she is heading into the Pop and Hot A/C market with a passion. With Antonia’s forthcoming debut release, Natural, marks her transition from classically trained singer to world-class Pop Vocalist, lyricist and composer.

“We all want music that really grabs us and is meaningful,” muses Antonia, obviously excited about this soon to come strong, radio-friendly direction. “I have opened up in a big way. This upcoming album contains an empowering message for both men and women.”

This summer and fall, she’ll be touring some of the best venues and events across Europe and the United States as the opening act on Tony Bennett’s tour as they travel the globe to entertain audiences around the world.


“(Antonia) conjures echoes of Billie Holliday and Rickie Lee Jones, with a hint of Betty Boop.”
The New York Times

“It is a billed as an album of “jazz standards,” which may come as a surprise to Holly Knight (Natural’s producer) and Mike Chapman, whose “Love Is A Battlefield” numbers among the six selections, and to country tunesmiths Hank Cochran and Harlan Howard, whose “I Fall to Pieces” is also covered. But labels are immaterial. It is the performances, and the interpretations, that matter, and Bennett scores immensely high on both counts.”
Christopher Loudon — JazzTimes

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