Willie Nelson is saluting legendary crooner Frank Sinatra. He's releasing a new album called "My Way" on September 14th. On it, Nelson will give his own interpretation of songs made famous by Sinatra, including "Summer Wind," "It Was A Very Good Year," “One For My Baby (And One More For The Road),” and “What is This Thing Called Love,” featuring Norah Jones. Nelson and Sinatra were friends and mutual admirers of each other's music. Sinatra opened for Nelson at the Golden Nugget in Las Vegas in the 1980s. They also appeared together in a PSA for NASA's Space Foundation. Willie Nelson is set to pay tribute to Frank Sinatra with a new album of Sinatra covers. “My Way” is set to come out September 14th on CD, vinyl LP and digital formats and will feature Willie’s take on 13 songs made famous by Old Blue Eyes.
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