(ROLLING STONE) -- Tony Bennett took home two more Grammy Awards last night, including one for his achingly romantic duet with the late Amy Winehouse on "Body and Soul." That brings his career total to 17 Grammys, beginning with his first for 1962's "I Left My Heart in San Francisco." "I love it," Bennett told Rolling Stone backstage at Staples Center in Los Angeles. "Winning just feels great."
When he won with "Body and Soul" for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group during the pre-broadcast portion of the show, he invited Winehouse's parents to the stage with him. "Body and Soul," from Bennett's Duets II album, was Winehouse's last known recording.
"We shouldn't be here. Our darling daughter should be here. But these are the cards that were dealt," Mitch Winehouse said on stage about the late singer, who died at 27 after years of struggle with drugs and alcohol.
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