Newlyweds Tony Bennett and wife Susan Crow talk their marriage details and honeymoon plan to People, spilling on the secret for their 20 years relationship.
Bennett praised his bride, telling People at the Los Angeles Film Festival's Spirit of Independence Awards on Thursday June 28th, Crow "has good ears and she likes good music", most of all "She likes the way I sing."
Bennett and Crow tied the knot in a private civil ceremony in New York on June 21st after 20 years together, witnessed by the state's former governor Mario Cuomo and his wife Matilda. Also talked on their honeymoon plan, the veteran singer said he plans to "paint a lot, and then we're just going to have a beautiful honeymoon." "We're going to spend a whole month in Italy," Bennett revealed.
Also attending the event was actor-director Clint Eastwood who was presented with an award recognizing his commitment to artistic independence in film.
Eastwood's documentary on Bennett's life, "Tony Bennett: The Music Never Ends", is expected in theaters later this year.