Who Is Tony Bennett's Daughter Antonia?

Tony Bennett is one of the most celebrated and treasured icons in all music. He was inducted into the Big Band and Jazz Hall of Fame in 1997, published an autobiography called "The Good Life: The Autobiography of Tony Bennett" in 1998, received a lifetime achievement award from ASCAP in 2002, and was the recipient of a Kennedy Center Honor in December 2005. With 50 million record sales under his belt and a series of other merits to boast of, the 92-year-old jazz singer's legacy is an unquestionable monument (per IMDb).

With a litany of other adornments that decorate his career in achievement and glamour, Tony Bennett's own daughter is among his most prized and cherished. Antonia Bennett, 47, is one of four children that the famed jazz singer calls himself a father to (via Distractify). Like her dad, she's made a name for herself as a notable musician and performer. 

A relationship built on love

Antonia Bennett is the second daughter born to Tony Bennett and actress Sandra Grant, the singer's second wife. In 2010, she stepped over the musical threshold with the release of her first EP, "Natural." She went on to record two full-length albums shortly thereafter, "Ordinary Girl" in 2011 and "Embrace Me" in 2014. She also made a musical cameo on her father's 2011 Christmas record, "The Classic Christmas Album" (via Rate Your Music). 

Antonia regularly tours with her father as the opening act to his shows and a duet partner during his performances. In 2019, she joined him on his "I Left My Heart" tour. Despite her dad's massive success, she asserts that comparison to him has nothing to do with what she does and doesn't feel intimidated by his achievements in the slightest. Her relationship with Tony is built rather upon love and harmony, as they share the common musical experience together. "I do kind of choose to stand in his light instead of his shadow," she shared with the Chicago Tribune in 2019.