Glenn Zottola “What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life”

My good friend David Pomeranz multi platinum song writer sent this track to Alan Bergman who won 2 academy award’s and wrote the lyrics to this beautiful Michel Legrand song and he gave me this wonderful comment which was heartwarming. By the way the picture is my daughter and her husband from their wedding on a beautiful ship in Newport Beach great times.

“What a wonderful rendition of the song.  It is great to hear a jazz sax player with feeling.  He has a great sound “ Alan Bergman

Glenn Zottola, born in Port Chester, New York, is an American jazz trumpeter and saxophonist. Zottola is known for his work with Lionel Hampton, the Benny Goodman Sextet and Bob Wilber, and has played for a broad range of vocalists, including Frank Sinatra, Michael Jackson , Tony Bennett , Mel Torme , Peggy Lee, Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Williams. He has recorded over 50 albums, performed at major jazz festivals throughout the world, and was a featured soloist at Benny Goodman’s Carnegie Hall 50th Anniversary in 1988. In 1995, Zottola was band leader on the Suzanne Somers daytime TV Talk Show at Universal Studios. Recently he has recorded a series of albums on the the Classic Jazz record label paying tribute to jazz legends including Charlie Parker, Miles Davis ,Stan Getz, Clifford Brown and Ben Webster. The most recent album, Glenn Zottola “A Jazz Life,” is a 2 CD anthology of selected tracks with many celebrities including Chick Corea, Suzanne Somers and many more.

2 thoughts on “Glenn Zottola “What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life”

  1. Beautiful arrangement!! Great way to start my day… always good for me. Thanks for sharing!

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