It sounds as if Bono likes the small stage as much as the massive stage as he was spotted at New York City's legendary Bemelmans Bar on Sunday (November 4th) at Manhattan's Carlyle Hotel.

Bono was heard singing a handful of standards from his table. According to the Huffington Post, before he left, Bono headed to the center of the floor (Bemelmans has no stage) and sang the harmonies to Cole Porter's "I've Got You Under My Skin," which Bono recorded with Frank Sinatra for the singer's 1993 Duets collection.