Lady GaGa is bringing her 'Jazz and Piano' show back to Las Vegas.
Lady GaGa's 'Jazz and Piano: The Las Vegas Residency' is returning to Sin City later this month.
The 'Born This Way' hitmaker is returning to Nevada to perform songs from the Great American Songbook and reworkings of her hits.
The jazz show will return to Dolby Live at Park MGM on August 31.
The Grammy winner will then play September 2, 3, 6, 7, 9, 10, 28 and 30, before returning for three dates on October 1, 4 and 5.
The residency started in January 2019, and featured Gaga's covers of ‘Luck Be A Lady’, ‘Mambo Italiano’, ‘La Vie En Rose’ and ‘Fly Me To The Moon’, as well as jazz renditions of her hits ‘Bad Romance’, ‘Paparazzi’ and ‘Born This Way’.
After a 21-month long hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the residency returned to the theatre on October 14, 2021, and concluded in May 2022.
As well as performing the stripped-back jazz show, Gaga also gave her Little Monsters the choice to see her pop show 'Lady Gaga Enigma'.
News of the return of 'Jazz and Piano' comes after the 'A Star Is Born' star paid a touching tribute to late jazz icon Tony Bennett, whom she performed and recorded with a number of times.
The 'Poker Face' singer - who made two albums, 'Cheek to Cheek' in 2014 and 2021's 'Love For Sale', with Tony, as well as appearing on his 2011 record 'Duets II' - has been left heartbroken following his death on 21 July at the age of 96 and reflected on the "magical power" they had when working together.
She wrote on Instagram alongside a photo of them embracing: "With Tony, I got to live my life in a time warp.
"Tony + I had this magical power. We transported ourselves to another era, modernized the music together, and gave it all new life as a singing duo. But it wasnt an act. Our relationship was very real.
"Sure he taught me about music, about showbiz life, but he also showed me how to keep my spirits high and my head screwed on straight. 'Straight ahead,' he'd say. He was an optimist, he believed in quality work AND quality life.
"Plus, there was the gratitude...Tony was always grateful. He served in WWII, marched with Martin Luther King Jr., and sang jazz with the greatest singers and players in the world.(sic)"
Tony had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's in 2016, which meant Gaga had been able to say a "very long and powerful" goodbye to the veteran entertainer and she insisted the 59-year age gap between them had never mattered.
She continued: "I've been grieving the loss of Tony for a long time. We had a very long and powerful goodbye.
"Though there were 5 decades between us, he was my friend. My real true friend. Our age difference didn’t matter-- in fact, it gave us each something neither of us had with most people.
"We were from two different stages in life entirely--inspired. Losing Tony to Alzheimer’s has been painful but it was also really beautiful.
"An era of memory loss is such a sacred time in a persons life. There's such a feeling of vulnerability and a desire to preserve dignity.
"All I wanted was for Tony to remember how much I loved him and how grateful I was to have him in my life.
"But, as that faded slowly I knew deep down he was sharing with me the most vulnerable moment in his life that he could--being willing to sing with me when his nature was changing so deeply. I'll never forget this experience. I'll never forget Tony Bennett.(sic)"
The 'House of Gucci' actress ended with a message to fans urging them not to "discount your elders".
She concluded: "If I could say anything to the world about this I would say don’t discount your elders, don’t leave them behind when things change. Don’t flinch when you feel sad, just keep going straight ahead, sadness is part of it.
"Take care of your elders and I promise you will learn something special. Maybe even magical. And pay attention to silence—some of my musical partner and I’s most meaningful exchanges were with no melody at all.
"I love you Tony. Love, Lady (sic)"
Tickets go on sale on August 4 via Ticketmaster. However, fans can sign up for access to an early pre-sale via vegas.ladygaga.com.
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