6 Reasons to Get Excited for the Sinatra 100—An All-Star Grammy Concert
December 12 of this year marks what would have been Frank Sinatra's 100th birthday, and although the musical legend is no longer with us, his spirit definitely lives on through his work. Amongst his long-lasting accolades include an exhibit at the Grammy museum and an HBO documentary. The festivities will continue this Sunday, December 6th, when Sinatra 100—An All-Star Grammy Concert airs at 9 p.m. ET on CBS. With big name stars set to wow on stage, it's guaranteed to be an unforgettable evening. As you prepare to watch the show, here are six more reasons to get excited for the event.
The bar is set high! The producers putting on Sinatra 100 are the same ones behind the spectacular 2014 tribute to The Beatles called The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to The Beatles.
The official Grammy Instagram page revealed that Underwood will give her own rendition of the 1958 hit "Come Fly with Me." The smooth tune has been a longtime favorite and we're eager to see how she will put her country twist on the classic. Even Garth Brooks is set to add more country flair to the celebration.
MacFarlane will bring his multiple talents to the small screen with a performance that's sure to be just as hilarious and charming as the dynamic star.
Dion might be going through a lot in her personal life, but she looks better than ever in a stunning dress while celebrating the iconic musician's accomplishments. Her emotional performance will definitely be a must-see.
Last, but certainly not least, is Lady Gaga, who will channel Sinatra as she closes out the spectacular event. From the images on Instagram it looks like the dynamic singer really goes all-out for her performance of "New York, New York," with a tuxedo and a charming top hat.