Oscar-winning actor Joe Pesci and Grammy-winning Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine have released a song.
The two teamed up with trumpeter Arturo Sandoval on “Baby Girl,” a jazzy track off Pesci’s forthcoming album “Still Singing.” The 13-track record—the 76-year-old entertainer’s first in 21 years—boasts two collaborations with Levine, “Baby Girl” and their cover of Stevie Wonder’s classic tune “My Cherie Amour,” as well as a contribution from late jazz singer Jimmy Scott.
It’s the third album overall for Pesci, following “Little Joe Sure Can Sing!” and “Vincent LaGuardia Gambini Sings Just for You,” a parody record based on his character from the hit 1992 comedy “My Cousin Vinny.”
“Still Singing” drops Nov. 29, just a few days after the release of Martin Scorsese’s anticipated gangster saga “The Irishman” in which Pesci co-stars alongside Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, and Harvey Keitel as well as recent Stern Show guest Sebastian Maniscalco, who had plenty to say to Howard in January about working with Pesci and the other legends of cinema on the film.
Adam joined the Stern Show just last month during Howard’s visit to Hollywood. In addition to sitting for a wide-ranging interview, he and his Maroon 5 bandmate James Valentine delivered an acoustic rendition of the group’s new song “Memories.” Check out the performance (below).