The company responsible for Lady Gaga’s previous albums’ songbooks announced Friday that the “Perfect Illusion” singer’s new album will receive the same treatment for fans interested in learning the tracks on piano, guitar, and other instruments.
Hal Leonard is a music publishing company founded in 1947 and the go-to publisher for songbooks by today’s top artists. The company has previously released songbooks for The Fame, The Fame Monster, Born This Way, and ARTPOP.
— Hal Leonard (@HalLeonardCorp) October 7, 2016
In a tweet on Friday, the company answered a fan’s question about a possible Joanne book with confirmation but no other details. According to Hal Leonard, the songbook is not yet completed.
Lady Gaga appeared at The 5 Spot, a Nashville dive bar, on Wednesday to perform new music from her upcoming album. She later released a track from the performance online. Listen to “Million Reasons” below.
US Weekly confirmed last month that Lady Gaga will headline the 2017 Super Bowl halftime show. Gaga, 30, will perform material from her upcoming album Joanne at the 51st annual football championship event at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas, on February 5, 2017.
Lady Gaga shook audiences earlier this year with her version of “The Star-Spangled Banner” at Super Bowl 50.
“I’ve always wanted to sing the national anthem at a major sporting event since I was a little girl, and for it to be the Super Bowl, it is … one of the highest honors,” the singer said at the time.
In addition to the Joanne songbook, fans are also excited for the upcoming Zomby Gaga doll by Monster High. The Born This Way-inspired fashion doll is coming later this year as a collaboration between Mattel and Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation.Published in