Tony Bennett has canceled his entire US tour.

According to music website


, the two shows that the 95-year-old singer and entertainer recently gave with Lady Gaga at New York's Radio City Music Hall are in all likelihood his last ever appearances.

In 2015, he won another Grammy for the album

Cheek to Cheek

, also with Lady Gaga.

In that year Bennett also performed with her at the North Sea Jazz Festival in Rotterdam.

Earlier this year, Bennett's wife announced that the legendary singer is suffering from Alzheimer's disease.

He's known that for four years.

The American singer, whose real name is Anthony Dominick Benedetto, would be performing in New York, Maryland, Connecticut, Arizona, Oklahoma and Canada this fall and winter.

Bennett broke through more than 65 years ago and is active as a crooner, just like Frank Sinatra, among others.

The latter was a great admirer of Bennett.

The artist scored several hits, including

I left my heart in San Francisco

, for which he received one of his eighteen Grammys.