Yearwood covers Frank
Monday, November 12, 2018
– Trisha Yearwood is covering Frank Sinatra.
Yearwood announced she would release a covers disc, "Let's Be Frank" in December.
Let's Be Frank, and it will feature a collection of the singer's favorite songs by Frank Sinatra.
"I've been wanting to make this record for 20 years!" Yearwood, said to People. "I have always loved standards, and nobody sings them better than Sinatra. I'm honored to get the chance to pay tribute to him and the songwriters in these timeless classics."
Yearwood recorded the disc with an orchestra at the Capitol Records building in Hollywood using Sinatra's microphone and sitting on the same stool where he sat while cutting the originals.
"Let's Be Frank" will be available Dec. 20 exclusively at Williams-Sonoma and available everywhere in February next year.
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