Trisha Yearwood debuted her new album, "Let’s Be Frank", a tribute to Frank Sinatra at Williams Sonoma.
Yearwood’s first full-length solo record in over a decade, arrives today at Williams Sonoma stores nationwide and will be available everywhere Feb. 15 on Yearwood’s Gwendolyn Records.
Yearwood recorded the project in just four days with a 55-piece orchestra at Capitol Records' vaunted studios in Hollywood, where Sinatra cut many of his most famous tunes. Yearwood worked with arranger Vincent Mendoza and engineer Al Schmitt, singing into Sinatra’s vintage microphone.
“It was a dream come true,” she says.
"Let’s Be Frank" will be available on CD, vinyl and digital. Yearwood says, “Williams Sonoma will be playing the album in store, and you'll see plenty of signage in the store..."
In addition to such Sinatra classics as “Come Fly with Me” and “One for My Baby (And One More for the Road),” the album includes an original song Yearwood penned with husband Garth Brooks titled “For the Last Time.”
By David Allan Coe