Thursday, December 17, 2015

Carrie Underwood was one of several performers to honor Frank Sinatra’s 100th birthday on “Sinatra 100 – An All Star Grammy Concert.” The Chairman of the Board’s signature style and voice is still popular throughout the world, so it was appropriate that today’s current stars honor his music.

Dressed in a gorgeous floor length gown, Carrie belted out the classic “Someone to Watch Over Me.” This song has been covered by Etta James, Judy Garland and Ella Fitzgerald, but that didn’t intimidate Underwood as she performed to roaring reviews.


In an interview before the show, Carrie spoke about what an honor it is to sing in celebration of Sinatra’s 100th birthday. “It should be up to younger generations to carry on their legacy,” she says. “It’s cool for us to be able to pay tribute like that and bring it to some more people. That’s what it’s all about, keeping good music alive.”

What is your favorite Frank Sinatra song? What did you think of Carrie’s version of this song?

H/T: Taste of Country

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