PORTRAITS OF AMERICA

I invited George to sing with me in concert. He’s one of my favorites…
— TONY BENNETT

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PORTRAITS OF AMERICA

FEATURING THE

GEORGE BUGATTI TRIO

A musical-journey of America through sound and imagery.  Sample songs accompanied by images include, New York New York, I Left My Heart in San Francisco, By The Time I Get to PhoenixGeorgia On My Mind, Route 66, Do You Know The Way to San Jose, Walking in Memphis, NY State of Mind, etc.  In the 1990’s George Bugatti held the coveted entertainer’s chair at the Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills, where he was hailed as the “West Coast equivalent to the New York Carlyle Hotel’s Bobby Short,” by Los Angeles Magazine. Performing for countless celebrities and dignitaries including Steve Allen, the Creator of The Tonight Show, who in 1996 offered to produce his first album, "Oh, What a Night for Love."  In 1998, Steve Wynn invited Bugatti along with Michael Feinstein and John Pizzarelli to open Wynn's Bellagio Resort in Las Vegas. Two years later, George’s second CD, "Bugatti Live on the Strip" was recorded at The Bellagio.

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