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A Valentine's Day treat

posted by Kyle Sircus on Mon, Feb 13, 2012
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Our audiences can't get enough of the character of George Moscone singing along to "I Left My Heart in San Francisco" during the second act of Ghost Light. Frankly, we're sad that we won't have an opportunity to watch that scene over and over once the show closes this Sunday. In the meantime, though, the city's forming a new tradition with this song. 

Tony Bennett, the crooner who made this song famous, will be back in San Francisco tomorrow. To celebrate his visit, several musical groups in the city are joining forces for a flash mob. In case you can't be at the City Hall celebration, though, sing along to our favorite ditty on local radio stations at noon local time. You can find out more about the special Valentine's Day event online. It may not be as spot on as Bill Geisslinger's performance, but it's a nice homage nonetheless.



oh nice post you share about Tony Bennett performance. I really like it..

Devacharya | Mon, Dec 24, 2012

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