Joe Pesci has had an amazing career. As we found out from the "Jersey Boys" story he was there when Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons skyrocketed to fame. As an actor he's been one of most iconic movie bad guys. He's been an evil mobster in "Goodfellas" and a hilarious burglar in the "Home Alone" movies. He was great in "My Cousin Vinny" too. He retired from movies years ago but came out of retirement to star in the Netflix film "The Irishman" with Robert DeNiro and Al Pacino. According to realtor.com he just put his 6 million dollar mansion in Lavallette on the market this week. Now it seems Pesci is reviving his music career. He recorded his last album 21 years ago. It was called "Vincent Laguardia Gambini Sings Just For You" a reference to his character in "My Cousin Vinny." His new album: "Pesci...Still Singing" is going to be released on November 29th. The first single is a duet with Adam Levine of Maroon 5. Together they sing the classic ballad "My Cheri Amour." I think it's pretty good.