After rehearsals with an old friend, the crooner left New York’s Radio City Music Hall.
Bennett was assisted to the waiting car at the venue in midtown by a volunteer who has Alzheimer’s.
To coincide with Tony Bennett’s 95th birthday, the stars will be performing tomorrow and Thursday at One Last Time: A Evening With Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga.
In 2014, they released Cheek To Cheek, their Grammy-winning duo album.
The Fly Me To The Moon singer, and the pop star and actress turned actress, reunited in studio sessions between 2018-2020 to record a sequel – which is rumoured be called Let There Be Love.
This year, the second album will be out.
The father-of-four Bennett was first diagnosed in 2016, but it wasn’t until six months later that he realized he had the disease.
Grammy-winning 18-time winner, he said that “Life is a gift, even with Alzheimer’s.”
Susan, his wife said that he was still working out five days a week and found it frustrating.
Gaga was 35 when Born This Way recorded sessions were captured. She wept after witnessing her mentor fail.
Publiated at Sun, 01 August 2021 23.01:00 +0000