Tony Bennett And Lady Gaga’s “Anything Goes”: Listen To The ‘Cheek To Cheek’ Duet

Nearly a year after “Applause,” the lead single off ARTPOP, arrived, Lady Gaga is back with an altogether different kind of release: her jazzy standards project with Tony Bennett, Cheek To Cheek. Today the pair pick up where they left off in 2011 with their Duets II cover of “The Lady Is A Tramp” by offering up the first taste of Cheek, “Anything Goes.”

Originally the title song from Cole Porter‘s 1934 Broadway musical, “Anything Goes” finds Gaga and Tony swapping lines amidst horns, cymbals and a big ol’ sax solo. All in all, it’s nice music to entertain guests to at your next classy dinner party.

Hear Mother Monster and Tony Bennett take on “Anything Goes” (now available on iTunes) below.

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  • Sven Kiebooms

    I’m not a jazzfan, but I will probably buy this album… Why? Because it’s Gaga.

  • Barney Spunner-White

    Shit doesen’t even come close to discribing this musical sewage. If I was Bennett and I had to perform with a talentless attention seeker like Gaga I would retire. Sing Jazz? She couldn’t even spell it. I’ve heard better singers in the underpass.