American renowned pop star Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta better known as Lady Gaga performed at the recent Frank Sinatra tribute concert her own version of “New York, New York” and honored the jazz and traditional pop singer who passed away about seventy years ago.
Fashionate Lady Gaga rolled out her own version of Frank Sinatra’s super hit number “New York, New York” which was made for Martin Scorsese film in 1977, at 100th anniversary of Sinatra and invited other renowned celebrities to pay respect their legend star, reported on Daily Mail.
Not only Lady Gaga, some other sweet vocalists also paid tribute to legend Frank Sinatra as well made the event memorable while singing his songs as John Legend elected to sing ‘Young at Heart’, Nick Jonas went with ‘In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning’, Sam Smith performed ‘My Funny Valentine’, and Carrie Underwood sang all time hit number “Someone to Watch Over Me,”.
The 29-year-old Gaga beautified herself with 70s style dress as donned up long black flared trousers, coat, and hat to unveil real jazz star on stage, went with the ‘Theme from New York, New York,’.
Gaga planned as well prepared this performance with a group of 1920s dancers who wore sequin flapper dresses on stage to present complete view 70s.
In Gaga’s “Theme from New York, New York,” dropped curtains and sparkly walls also graced her performance. She felt not any hesitation singing jazz as has long time experience because her duets album, ‘Cheek to Cheek’ with pal Tony Bennett was perfect experience for her that rolled out 19 September, 2014.
Lady Gaga and her pal Bennett’s duets ‘Cheek to Cheek’ ruled on the Billboard 200 chart top rank on as well as United States Top Jazz Albums chart, even both turned out singles as ‘I Can’t Give You Anything but Love’, and ‘Anything Goes’ which also remained super hit.