Tony Bennett is celebrating his 80th birthday with a brand new album.
The crooner, who's been making hits since the 50s, has enlisted some high profile help with his birthday album Duets - An American Classic.
Due out on September 26th, the album boasts duets with the music industry's foremost movers and shakers including Paul McCartney, Elton John, Stevie Wonder and Bono. He's also enlisted the help of a few talented Canadians including jazz songstress Diana Krall, folk rocker k.d. lang and fellow crooner Michael BublČ.
Target, the US department store chain, will carry a special edition of the album with a behind-the-scenes DVD.
Here are the tunes you'll find on it:
"Boulevard of Broken Dreams," with Sting
"Smile," with Barbra Streisand and Pinchas Zukerman
"Put on a Happy Face," with James Taylor
"The Shadow of Your Smile," with Juanes
"Rags to Riches," with Elton John
"The Very Thought of You," with Paul McCartney
"Lullaby of Broadway," with Dixie Chicks
"Cold, Cold Heart," with Tim McGraw
"The Best Is Yet To Come," with Diana Krall
"For Once in My Life," with Stevie Wonder
"Are You Havin' Any Fun?," with Elvis Costello
"Because of You," with k.d. lang and Chris Botti
"Just in Time," with Michael BublČ
"Sing You Sinners," with John Legend
"The Good Life," with Billy Joel
"I Wanna Be Around," with Bono
"How Do You Keep the Music Playing," with George Michael
"I Left My Heart in San Francisco," with Bill Charlap
The crooner is also currently on tour with a few Canadian stops on his itinerary:
June 22, Vancouver, BC - Orpheum Theatre
September 30, Montreal, QC - Salle Wilfrid Pelletier- Place Des Arts
October 1, Montreal, QC - Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier - Place Des Arts
October 27, Richmond, BC - River Rock Casino Resort
October 28, Richmond, BC- River Rock Casino Resort
Writer: Michelle Garcia