Music legend Tony Bennett swapped the stage for Hawaiian sand yesterday(1st March) while on a romantic holiday with his wife. The 84-year-old basked in the sunshine while relaxing on a lounge in just his shorts and a back-to-front Ralph Lauren cap. The Good Life singer later joined his wife of three years Susan Crow, 51, for a stroll along the foreshore. The pair held hands and later Crow, who was wearing a yellow string bikini, was seen rubbing suntan lotion onto her husband. Bennett, who has four adult children from previous relationships, married former school teacher Crow three years ago in New York. The couple had been together 18 years before he finally popped the question. Bennett, the man Frank Sinatra once named the best singer in the business, also pulled his sketch pad and pencil and began drawing the view. Bennett has been a keen artist for many years and has even had his work exhibited in a number of galleries around the world. One of the singer's most memorable paintings was of his good friend, David Hockney, which he later gave to David as a gift. In 2001 the United Nations commission him to do a painting for their 50th Anniversary. Bennett and his wife are staying at the exclusive Fairmount Orchid resort. Of course, Bennett is very familar with the hotel chain - he first sang I Left My Heart in San Francisco in the Venetian Room at the San Francisco Fairmount. The superstar is now taking a much deserved break from working on his upcoming album, Duets 2, which is rumoured to feature the likes of Amy Winehouse and Carrie Underwood. The album is a follow-up to his hugely successful 2006 album, Duets. Duets 2 is penned for release this coming September and will honour his 85th birthday.