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Tony Bennett Invites People for Singing Along With Him Song ‘I Left My Heart in San Francisco’

In San Francisco Bay Area Tony Bennett is inventing the people across the globe to participate in a virtual sing-along with him on his song ‘I Left My Heart In San Francisco’. This virtual sing-along will be done in honour of health care workers who are frontline workers they are working on the risk of their life, and they are regarded as Corona-warriors.

A week ago it was announced to organise the virtual sing-along with Tony on Saturday this aims to motivate the health workers and to make them feel that the world is with them to fight against the pandemic. This idea of organising the virtual sing-along was sparked by the Chief Protocol of San Francisco Charlotte Mailliard Shultz, the large number of people from many different country’s are participating because they are encouraged to join this virtual show. The people are enthusiastic and encouraged to join the show online from any corner of their home by staying inside and by following the lockdown.

The hashtag will be #SingOutSF to make it trend online for promoting the show and for motivating others to join the consort too.
The ninety-three-year-old Tony Bennett says that San Francisco is in his heart from over the last fifty years. And he feels proud that the nation is combating the coronavirus pandemic very effectively and the effort makes by authorities and by people to bent the curve is remarkable. This is inspiring the world and truly in this tough time every nation is united together to fight the pandemic.

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The event will be held on Saturday evening. The Bennett will join this virtual concert from the famous Fairmont Hotel, which is in San Francisco.



According to the organisers the event will be connecting the people across the globe by online mode on the same platform this will mark as extraordinary evening, and the virtual concert will witness the unity globally to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

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