Trisha Yearwood has been teasing a big announcement on her social media accounts for the past week. With each photo she would post on Instagram, she added the hashtag #LBF.
Now we know what it all means. Trisha is releasing a new album of Frank Sinatra covers called Let’s Be Frank. The award winning singer took to Instagram to share the news.
“Let’s Be Frank, NEW music is coming! We have a lot to talk about tomorrow on #TsCoffeeTalk at 11:40am ET! NEW season and NEW Music 🎶,” she wrote.
On her latest episode of Trisha’s Coffee Talk series on Facebook, the “She’s in Love with the Boy” singer talked all about the new album.
“I told everybody I’ve been working on new music. This is one of the music projects I’ve been working on,” Trisha said. “I’ll tell you what I can tell you. We were in LA, we were at Capitol Records. I got to sing with a 55 piece orchestra live, thank you guys and girls for playing on my record.”
She went on to say, “I do want to say this. You know I’ve done some standards over the years in my shows and this is a record I’ve been wanting to make for 20 years. This was a good time when i got off the road and started working on a regular album, I also wanted to do this. This was just an incredible project and I had so much fun.”
Trisha spent the last three years touring with her husband Garth Brooks on his World tour which kicked off Sept. 14. Let’s Be Frank will follow Trisha’s last solo studio album, Heaven, Heartache and the Power of Love, released in 2007. She also released a Christmas album, Christmas Together, with Garth in 2016.
“It is actually happening and this ain’t all,” Trisha teased in Coffee Talk. “Enjoy this for a few months because there is more coming that’s all I’m saying. This is just a taste. This is just the standards record, that’s all I’m going to say.”
And of course, Trisha has the full support of her hubby who posted a sweet note about the new music.
“For everyone who knows music, this is a match made in heaven. Instant classic!!
#LetsBeFrank love, g,” her wrote.
Let’s Be Frank will be available exclusively at Williams-Sonoma on Dec. 20 and available everywhere in February 2019.