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@ladygaga: Popping Champagne and counting down till #CheekToCheek Me, Starlight, my trumpet player Brian, Steve on Sax. We’ve been friends for almost ten years, and boy have these Rivington Rebels come far. Our love still burning strong, while we basque in the glow of legendary Mr. Tony Bennett.

@ladygagaPopping Champagne and counting down till #CheekToCheek Me, Starlight, my trumpet player Brian, Steve on Sax. We’ve been friends for almost ten years, and boy have these Rivington Rebels come far. Our love still burning strong, while we basque in the glow of legendary Mr. Tony Bennett.

Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett's duet album "Cheek To Cheek" is now available for purchase on iTunes worldwide. →

If you pre-ordered the album, it should automatically download to your iTunes within the next hour or so.

September 22nd, 2014: Performing alongside Tony Bennett at the Grand Palace in Brussels, Belgium

Barco Escape to show Gaga, Bennett concert in theaters

Barco, the giant cinema technology company, is hoping Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett will lend some star power to its new panoramic theater system.

Last week, Barco unveiled its 270-degree panoramic theater screen experience that uses three screens and multiple projectors to put audiences in the middle of the action.

Barco will collaborate with Universal Music/Interscope Records and recording artists Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga to bring their performance at the Grand Palace in Brussels into Barco Escape theaters in early 2015.

The performance was filmed today specifically for the Barco format, the day before Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga’s “Cheek to Cheek” album of jazz and popular standards is set to release worldwide.

LA Times

September 22nd, 2014: Performing with Tony Bennett in Brussels, Belgium

September 22nd, 2014: At a “Cheek To Cheek” press conference in Brussels, Belgium 

September 22nd, 2014: Leaving her hotel in Brussels, Belgium


@ladygaga: Me & Tony did a lovely interview today w/ @RichardAArnold on “Good Morning Britain” @GMB Airs SEPT 26th in UK! #CheekToCheek

@ladygagaMe & Tony did a lovely interview today w/ @RichardAArnold on “Good Morning Britain” @GMB Airs SEPT 26th in UK! #CheekToCheek

September 21st, 2014: Speaking with CBS This Morning about “Cheek To Cheek”, splitting from her former manager, and working with Tony Bennett

September 23rd,2014: Speaking with 60 Minutes Australia about “Cheek To Cheek” and working with Tony Bennett

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@ladygaga: Just a little Brussels baby. Whisky Ginger and #CheekToCheek echoing throughout the halls of a candlelit bar. Heaven, I’m in Heaven.

@ladygaga: Just a little Brussels baby. Whisky Ginger and #CheekToCheek echoing throughout the halls of a candlelit bar. Heaven, I’m in Heaven.

September 20th, 2014: Arriving at her hotel in Brussels, Belgium


Lady Gaga: “It’s a very happy time in my life.”
After hip surgery and parting ways with her longtime manager, Lady Gaga says things are looking up.
"I’ve very centered now. I meditate a lot. I’m happy. I am more sober than I’ve ever been," the singer said interview this week. "It’s a very happy time in my life.Part of what was making my sort of artistic experience so unpleasant was that I felt that I was not able to truly freely fly as an artist," she said. "In some ways my talents were not being used to their full potential."
Gaga says part of her happier state of mind comes from working with Tony Bennett on the album “Cheek to Cheek,” out on Tuesday.
AP: You sound like you’re in a good place. Is that spilling over to the new music you’re creating?
Gaga: It is in the very super early stages. I’m always writing music. I was up all the other night here in Istanbul writing and they had a lovely piano in my room and I was so excited, especially when I get to pay a real stringed piano, not an electronic one, that always makes me happy. I’ve been writing some records that I really sort of surprised at myself. I have a lot of pain built over the past few years. It was very difficult being on the road for this “Born This Way Ball” without having a full, proper team around me. I was going through a lot of pain with my body that led to the hip surgery. I call it the “Pain of fame.” …Your life changes a lot and the people that around you, they change too. Money makes people crazy and they see your life change and all of the luxuries and the things that come with becoming a star and they think, “I’ve known her my whole life … or I’ve been here this whole time, I deserve all of that too.”
AP: U2 released its new album alongside Apple, and Jay Z and Beyonce also released recent albums in unconventional ways. What do you think about that and do you think of innovative ways to release music when readying a project?
Gaga: I think honestly what we need to be doing, and this is my opinion, is instead of trying to find ways to trick the world into focusing on the album for a brief moment, I think that artists need to speak more about how media treats the artists and making the distinction between the celebrity and the artist, because everything is all in one pool now isn’t it? We’re all the same and they’re some pretty terrible celebrities out there, let’s be honest, right? People famous for no reason. So, I think the more the media can help us to support the artist and support music in a way that’s maybe less critical for journalists that are not as knowledgeable about music and help to just spread the music and see the music as gift to the world.
I really believe that once the press becomes more kind I think a lot of the things in the universe are going to change. It makes me scared when I hear that there’s pro-ISIS (Islamic State in Syria) rallies in America because I think that social media has created this sort of negative undertone in the universe. People feel that they can say or do anything; it makes them feel a sort of comfort when really it’s just giving hatred a petri dish to fester. I know that was sort of a random answer for a question about album marketing. I really believe it lies in the hearts in the people that are writing about the music. The more we honor and support the artist, the more the art will live on forever. Otherwise, it’s going to continue to be what I think pop music is now, which is sort of this giant tabloid. It’s become quite trashy in my opinion.

— Associate Press (full interview)

Lady Gaga: “It’s a very happy time in my life.”

After hip surgery and parting ways with her longtime manager, Lady Gaga says things are looking up.

"I’ve very centered now. I meditate a lot. I’m happy. I am more sober than I’ve ever been," the singer said interview this week. "It’s a very happy time in my life.Part of what was making my sort of artistic experience so unpleasant was that I felt that I was not able to truly freely fly as an artist," she said. "In some ways my talents were not being used to their full potential."

Gaga says part of her happier state of mind comes from working with Tony Bennett on the album “Cheek to Cheek,” out on Tuesday.

AP: You sound like you’re in a good place. Is that spilling over to the new music you’re creating?

Gaga: It is in the very super early stages. I’m always writing music. I was up all the other night here in Istanbul writing and they had a lovely piano in my room and I was so excited, especially when I get to pay a real stringed piano, not an electronic one, that always makes me happy. I’ve been writing some records that I really sort of surprised at myself. I have a lot of pain built over the past few years. It was very difficult being on the road for this “Born This Way Ball” without having a full, proper team around me. I was going through a lot of pain with my body that led to the hip surgery. I call it the “Pain of fame.” …Your life changes a lot and the people that around you, they change too. Money makes people crazy and they see your life change and all of the luxuries and the things that come with becoming a star and they think, “I’ve known her my whole life … or I’ve been here this whole time, I deserve all of that too.”

AP: U2 released its new album alongside Apple, and Jay Z and Beyonce also released recent albums in unconventional ways. What do you think about that and do you think of innovative ways to release music when readying a project?

Gaga: I think honestly what we need to be doing, and this is my opinion, is instead of trying to find ways to trick the world into focusing on the album for a brief moment, I think that artists need to speak more about how media treats the artists and making the distinction between the celebrity and the artist, because everything is all in one pool now isn’t it? We’re all the same and they’re some pretty terrible celebrities out there, let’s be honest, right? People famous for no reason. So, I think the more the media can help us to support the artist and support music in a way that’s maybe less critical for journalists that are not as knowledgeable about music and help to just spread the music and see the music as gift to the world.

I really believe that once the press becomes more kind I think a lot of the things in the universe are going to change. It makes me scared when I hear that there’s pro-ISIS (Islamic State in Syria) rallies in America because I think that social media has created this sort of negative undertone in the universe. People feel that they can say or do anything; it makes them feel a sort of comfort when really it’s just giving hatred a petri dish to fester. I know that was sort of a random answer for a question about album marketing. I really believe it lies in the hearts in the people that are writing about the music. The more we honor and support the artist, the more the art will live on forever. Otherwise, it’s going to continue to be what I think pop music is now, which is sort of this giant tabloid. It’s become quite trashy in my opinion.

Associate Press (full interview)

September 20th, 2014: Out and about in Athens, Greece

September 20th, 2014: Leaving her hotel in Athens, Greece

@ladygaga: Sas Agapo Athens, an #artrave I’ll never forget.

@ladygaga: Off to see my baby on Brussels #TonyGaga #CheekToCheek