Published on November 6th, 2019 | by Jerry Doby0
Academy Award Winning Actor JOE PESCI Set To Release New Album STILL SINGING Out November 29 Via BMG
New Single “Baby Girl” featuring Guest Vocalist ADAM LEVINE (Maroon 5) and Legendary Afro-Cuban jazz Trumpeter ARTURO SANDOVAL Out Now
Academy Award winning actor Joe Pesci has released the first single “Baby Girl” from his forthcoming full length album entitled, Still Singing out November 29 via BMG.
Written and produced Bob Gaudio (The Four Seasons), “Baby Girl” is a medley of “I Make a Fool of Myself” and “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You” and features special guest vocalist Adam Levine (Maroon 5) and legendary Afro-Cuban jazz trumpeter Arturo Sandoval.
Listen and Pre-Order the Album: https://smarturl.it/
Still Singing track listing:
1. How About You
2. Falling In Love is Wonderful
3. I Remember April
4. I’ll Be Seeing You
5. Round Midnight
6. If I Should Lose You
7. My Cherie Amour (feat. Adam Levine)
8. In My Solitude
9. Folks Who Live On The Hill
10. If I Ever Lost You
11. The Nearness of You (feat. Jimmy Scott)
13. Baby Girl (feat. Adam Levine)
About Joe Pesci:
Joe Pesci is an American actor and singer who is known for portraying tough, volatile characters in a variety of genres and for his collaborations with Robert De Niro and Martin Scorsese in the films “Raging Bull” (1980), “Goodfellas” (1990), “Casino” (1995) and “The Irishman” (2019). He also appeared in “Once Upon a Time in America” (1984), “Moonwalker” (1988), “JFK” (1991), “A Bronx Tale” (1993), and “The Good Shepherd” (2006). His comedy roles include such films as “Home Alone” (1990), “My Cousin Vinny” (1992), “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York” (1992) and the “Lethal Weapon” franchise (1989–1998). Pesci won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as the psychopathic gangster Tommy DeVito (based on Thomas DeSimone) in “Goodfellas”; he had been previously nominated for the same award for his role as Joey LaMotta in “Raging Bull.” acting in 1999, and since then he has appeared only occasionally in films, including a cameo appearance in the 2006 spy thriller, “The Good Shepherd” (2006) directed by De Niro.