Very few artists could claim to have had hits spanning almost four decades but Andy Williams has managed to remain consistently popular with music fans of all ages due to his silky smooth vocals and smooth Jazz grooves. Now, the King Of Cool is set to release his brand new album on June 18th,
I Don’t Remember Ever Growing Up, a divine collection of the world’s greatest songs, timed to coincide with his UK tour, starting on June 22nd in Manchester. The album also includes the brand new track, which shares the name of the album.
On the set, Andy pays tribute to some of the most memorable songs ever, including She’s The One (Robbie Williams), One Sweet Day (Mariah Carey), Lady In Red (Chris De Burgh), Desperado (The Eagles), and Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (Neil Sedaka). The album also includes a duet with Chris Botti, one of the leading trumpeters in the World with their take on Sinatra’s beautiful The Shadow Of Your Smile. Recorded in 2006 over a period of 8 months, the album was recorded at Capitol Studios in Hollywood, Bratislava in Slovakia, as well as at Andy’s Moon River theatre in Branson, Missouri.
Williams, who turns 80 this year, possesses one of the most distinct and memorable voices of the entire pop era. This new collection is a must-have for all fans of Andy, as well as all lovers of the musical art of romance.