When Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli burst onto the scene in the '90s, hearts swooned to his arias and love songs. "Con Te Partiro," later recorded as a duet with soprano Sarah Brightman titled "Time to Say Goodbye," became a global hit shortly after its 1996 release.
That year the single was added to Bocelli's compilation album Romanza, which launched a career that's still going strong two decades later. His appearance at MGM Grand Garden Arena December 3 will highlight new songs from his latest release, 2015's Cinema, as well as celebrate Romanza's 20th anniversary. Vegas Seven caught up with Bocelli to ask him about his life in music.