On Instagram earlier today, Trisha Yearwood announced she'd be releasing her first album in more than a decade, Let's Be Frank — a collection of Frank Sinatra covers. Read on for more details!
Let's Be Frank will feature Trisha's favorite songs from the crooner, recorded live with an orchestra at the Capitol Records building in Hollywood, with Frank's own microphone and even sitting on the same stood where the icon himself recorded.
In addition to the cover album, Trisha previously paid tribute to Frank when she performed "I'll Be Seeing You" during the 2015 Sinatra 100 — An All-Star Grammy Concert on CBS. Let's Be Frank will be available Dec. 20 exclusively at Williams-Sonoma and everywhere in February 2019.
While Trisha hasn't released an album in ten years, she just got done touring the world with husband Garth Brooks. While divorce rumors were swirling in 2017, the two are still happily together.
The cookbook author is also releasing her first-ever perishable Thanksgiving line, “The Complete Trisha Yearwood Thanksgiving Dinner,” at Williams-Sonoma. The dinner includes a roasted turkey, sweet potato casserole, mashed potatoes, gravy, cranberry orange relish, cornbread dressing, and lemon pecan pie.
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