Lady Gaga's smash hit Las Vegas residency "Jazz & Piano" has finally reopened on Friday, October 14th at Park MGM Theater to thunderous applause. The wildly popular show of Great American Songbook jazz standards initiated its first performance since New Years' Eve in 2019 on Thursday night. The sold out concert brought together Little Monsters and casual listeners alike to enjoy Gaga's renditions of classic traditional pop songs.
In addition to her established setlist, Gaga also added a few new numbers from her recent duets album with jazz legend Tony Bennett "Love For Sale." She performed the eponymous "Love For Sale" and "Do I Love You?" She also performed the 1954 hit "Mambo Italiano."
Lady Gaga performs ‘Do I Love You’ from ‘Love For Sale’ at her Jazz & Piano show. pic.twitter.com/ueKPunzvq6— Gaga Now ⚡️ (@ladygaganownet) October 15, 2021
Lady Gaga performing a rendition of ‘Mambo Italiano’ at her Jazz & Piano show. pic.twitter.com/VRFqkNbMT9— Gaga Now ⚡️ (@ladygaganownet) October 15, 2021
Along with new songs added to the setlist, Gaga also debuted many new outfits in rotation for the show designed by her sister Natali. She donned several garments including a baby pink feathered gown. She also featured bottles of her new collaborative Dom Pérignon champagne on stage.
Jazz & Piano Engagement shows in Las Vegas run from October 14th to October 31st. Tickets can be purchased here.