A groundbreaking performance, in every respect: it ignores generations (he is 88, she only 29), musical boundaries (he is an old-fashioned crooner, she the queen of present-day pop) and image (he dresses in tailor-made suits, she in the most outrageous outfits). Yet Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga found each other in their mutual love for composers like George Gershwin, Cole Porter and Irving Berlin. According to the duo younger generations shouldn’t miss out on the jazz standards of these legends. For this reason they recorded Cheek To Cheek (2014), an album with both duets and solo renditions of many classics. Cheek To Cheek not only received positive reviews, but a Grammy to boot and sold well. This made Bennett the oldest artist in the history of music to top the Billboard album charts. A tour soon followed, selling out at London’s Royal Albert Hall and Radio City Music Hall in New York.