Music legend Tony Bennett won Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards last night for The Silver Lining: The Songs of Jerome Kern. The New York Times said the album conveys “a trademark commitment to the American songbook” and noted that the 89-year-old Bennett “radiates pluck and purpose” and “a conviction that what matters is the drive to keep going.”
…once again demonstrating NACDS’ commitment to providing top-level speakers and enterntainment for NACDS conferences.
The Kennedy Center honoree and 19-time Grammy winner is scheduled to perform at the NACDS Annual Meeting on April 19 in Palm Beach, Fla., once again demonstrating NACDS’ commitment to providing top-level speakers and entertainment for NACDS conferences. Also scheduled for the Conference are former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives John Boehner (R-OH), former Joint Chiefs Chairman Martin Dempsey, and Dr. Larry Sabato, election analyst and founder of the University of Virginia Center for Politics.
The NACDS Annual Meeting website presents complete information about the event.