Lady Gaga And Tony Bennett Reimagine 1930s Classic For…


Seven years after their first Grammy-winning collaboration, Tony Bennett and Girl Gaga have teamed up as soon as once more.

The New York-born superstars, who share Italian American heritage, on Friday unveiled the music video for “I Get a Kick Out of You,” which seems on their forthcoming duets album, “Love for Sale.” The pair are in resplendent voice, and their tackle the 1934 Cole Porter traditional ― which first appeared within the stage musical “Something Goes” ― is a slick, jazzy throwback.


Nonetheless, “I Get a Kick Out of You” feels bittersweet, and for good cause. In February, Bennett’s household confirmed that the 95-year-old musician has been dwelling with Alzheimer’s illness for almost 5 years. “Love for Sale,” which is slated for an Oct. 1 launch, has been billed as his ultimate album.

Watch “I Get a Kick Out of You” under.

Bennett’s spouse, Susan Benedetto, advised AARP The Journal that her husband may nonetheless acknowledge relations and pals, however wasn’t all the time conscious of the place he was or what was occurring around him.

“There are lots about him that I miss,” she stated. “As a result of he’s not the outdated Tony anymore. However, when he sings, he’s the outdated Tony.”

Bennett and Gaga efficiently reunited for 2 in-person concert events at New York’s Radio Metropolis Music Corridor this week. Titled “One Final Time: An Night With Tony Bennett & Girl Gaga,” the performances acquired rave opinions and had been reportedly filmed for a forthcoming tv particular.

True to kind, Gaga has been turning New York right into a veritable runway as of late. In current days, she’s been photographed leaving rehearsals in a wide range of effortlessly stylish ensembles.

The 12-time Grammy winner, née Stefani Germanotta, can be gearing as much as a return to the massive display screen for the primary time since 2018’s “A Star Is Born.” In November, she’ll be seen reverse Adam Driver in Ridley Scott’s “Home of Gucci,” which additionally stars Jared Leto and Al Pacino.

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