Following the obligatory rendition of “Evergreen” — the other song she co-wrote for the film in question — Streisand brought to the stage “one of my favorite leading men…

Here’s a song that we sang together in the movie, right? Although the song is unremittingly hopeful in its romanticism, there was added bittersweetness now as it began with the line, “Time has come again…” Streisand’s co-writer on the tune, Leon Russell, is no longer around.

He’s always been the biggest supporter and the best friend, and he’s like my big brother, really.” It has been twenty-one years and 10 studio albums since Botti first made a name for himself in the music scene and as the celebrated trumpeter himself says, he owes most of it to Sting.

“I’ve been fortunate to work with many supremely talented musicians over the years,” states Sting.

“I tend to surround myself with people whom I can learn something from, and my strategy has always been to play with musicians better than myself.

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Even though three of their children are of average height, Zachary was born with achondroplasia like his mother. Amy Roloff holds the net worth of around $4.5 million which she garnered from her hard work in the acting career.

The pair were living happily until Amy found out Matt's affair with farm manager Caryn Chandler which ultimately led to their divorce in April 2016. Even though she runs a successful farm with her ex-husband Matt in Oregon, it’s believed that most of the 54-year-old’s income is as a result of the TLC reality show.

“I had never heard music played that melancholy and free, so I knew at that moment, I wanted to make the trumpet my career.

I didn’t think about coming to Manila necessarily, or any of the big career stuff, but I knew I wanted to play music for the rest of my life.” And if ever he needed validation regarding his chosen career path, it would ultimately come from the be-all and end-all of music gods, as far as this Oregon native is concerned.

Having picked up a trumpet at the tender age of nine, Botti’s epiphany came at age 12 when he heard Miles Davis play ‘My Funny Valentine’.

“I think the emotional impact of Miles Davis’ sound resonated with so many people, but for me as a 12 year old kid, it was like a lightning bolt,” explains Botti.

Barbra Streisand went deep, not shallow, in her song choices for a massive show Sunday night at London’s Hyde Park.