Tony Bennett, 95, and wife Susan Crow step out after his ’emotional’ show with Lady Gaga in New York

Tony Bennett, 95, and wife Susan Crow, 54, step out after his ’emotional’ show with Lady Gaga at Radio City Music Hall in NYC

Tony Bennett stepped out with his wife, Susan Crow, after an ’emotional’ performance with Lady Gaga to celebrate his 95th birthday.

The legendary musician was spotted walking with his wife in New York City ahead of the second night of Radio City Music Hall performances.

Bennett, who revealed in February that he had Alzheimer’s disease in 2016, was reportedly as “charismatic as ever” on Wednesday night’s One Last Time show.

Legend: Tony Bennett stepped out with his wife, Susan Crow, after an ’emotional’ performance with Lady Gaga to celebrate his 95th birthday

Bennett, who turned 95 Tuesday, performed a “about half-hour solo set” to the sold-out crowd at the famed venue, according to USA today.

The Fly Me to the Moon crooner received a “standing ovation after almost every song,” with set list highlights including Steppin’ Out with My Baby and Last Night When We Were Young.

His ‘This Is All I Ask’ rendition was particularly ’emotional’, as Bennett stuck to ‘the haunting’ lines of the ballad: ‘And let the music play as long as there’s a song to sing / And I will stay younger then spring.’

Big Apple: The legendary musician was spotted walking with his wife in New York City ahead of the second night of performances at Radio City Music Hall

Big Apple: The legendary musician was spotted walking with his wife in New York City ahead of the second night of performances at Radio City Music Hall

Best in the biz: Bennett, who turned 95 Tuesday, performed a

Best in the biz: Bennett, who turned 95 Tuesday, performed a “solo set of about half an hour” to the sold-out audience, according to USA Today.

Bennett stood at a piano in the center of the stage and regularly gave the audience a sign of thumbs up and air kisses.

The hour and a half concert was taped for an upcoming TV special, where Gaga opened for Bennett and also served as his emcee.

She turned out to be in lounge singer mode when she “shimmed” onstage before joking about losing her wig while dancing.

“You are forever my friend and musical companion,” Gaga wrote in a birthday tribute

“Until now, I’ve called Tony Bennett “Tony Benny” and my hair has fallen out. It can only get better,” she said.

In a rousing New York, New York performance, Gaga rocked a top hat and encouraged the audience to clap along to the song.

“Start spreading the word / It’s Tony Bennett’s birthday,” she sang. ‘He is my friend. He is my musical companion. He is the greatest singer in the whole world.’

The pair return to the famous New York City venue, where they headlined a few shows in 2015, a year after releasing their collaboration album Cheek to Cheek. They are slated to release a second collaboration, Love for Sale, later this year.

Gaga — whose full name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta — shared a flashback from Tony with the caption, “Can’t wait for our last show tonight Tony. The world loves you, and we are all so lucky to witness your gift, your generosity and your joy at Radio City tonight.”

A gift: Gaga shared a flashback from Bennett with the caption,

A gift: Gaga shared a flashback from Bennett with the caption, “Can’t wait for our last show tonight Tony. The world loves you, and we are all so lucky to witness your gift, your generosity and your joy at Radio City tonight.”

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