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The music, at the same time contemporary and timeless, gives wing to a unique voice--sultry, yet warm and familiar like a classic beauty dancing happily in her favorite party dress. This voice is slightly sassy, completely classy, part vixen. This voice belongs to Antonia Bennett.

Antonia is a singer, who like her legendary father Tony, has always known how to make a tune her own. This summer and fall, Antonia is happy to be touring some of the best venues and events across Europe and the United States. From London’s Royal Albert Hall, iTunes Festival UK, Umbria Jazz Festival (Italy), Istanbul Turkey, Ontario Canada, Gibson Amphitheatre (Los Angeles) to name a few.

With Antonia there is a fresh yet classic quality that leaves you feeling like you are being “let in on a secret.” And that secret is…

Antonia is magnificent, a true star. Her bloodline notwithstanding, this fiery redhead is a deeply gifted singer, a songwriter with much to say, and a playfully sexy/charismatic icon-in-waiting. She effortlessly has a deep knowledge of the classics and at the same time is working in collaboration with famed songwriter/producer Holly Knight.

All supporting the Mesa Blue Moon / Fontana / Universal Music release of her Jazz EP, which includes such songs as “Soon,” “Putting On The Ritz,” “The Thrill Is Gone,” “I Fall To Pieces, “I Wish I Were In Love Again,” and “Love Is A Battlefield.” The EP is produced by Holly Knight and features piano and arrangements by Grammy Nominated Larry Goldings (James Taylor, Al Jarreau, Norah Jones, John Mayer, David Sanborn).

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“…[Antonia] conjures echoes of Billie Holiday and Rickie Lee Jones, with a hint of Betty Boop.” --The New York Times

“Natural...the quiet roar of its thunder could well ignite a storm of talent on the scale of Liza, or Natalie or Norah.” --Jazz Times



Album Natural by Antonia Bennett





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