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May 18, 2014 12:00 AM

At age 87, Tony Bennett ‘still going strong’

Tony Bennett could quit singing tomorrow, and he would go down as one of the most respected artists ever. But Bennett, 87, has some unfinished business. “I have an album that’s ready for release,” Bennett said while calling from his Manhattan apartment. “Wait until you hear it.”

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