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Joe Pesci has a new album of crooners out next month

Pesci...Still Singing features a duet with Maroon 5’s Adam Levine.

November 06, 2019
Joe Pesci has a new album of crooners out next month Funny how? What's funny about it?   Frazer Harrison / Getty

Joe Pesci’s got a packed month of creative releases ahead of him. Pesci had (semi)-retired from acting to “focus on jazz,” according to the New York Times. But now, he’s ready to harvest the fruits of that sabbatical. In addition to coming out of acting retirement to star in Martin Scorcese’s new film The Irishman, he has an album of crooners on the way: Pesci...Still Singing. The album is out November 29th, two days after the release of Scorcese’s film, Pitchfork reports. The album will feature a duet with Maroon 5’s Adam Levine covering “My Cherie Amour.” Pesci has been singing businessman's bounce-style jazz since his 1968 debut, Little Joe Sure Can Sing! He last album under his name, Vincent Laguardia Gambini Sings Just For You, came out in 1998, but he also released an album with Joey DeFrancesco in 2003 under the pseudonym Joe Doggs.

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Joe Pesci has a new album of crooners out next month