Picture: Rick Nielson of Cheap Trick performing live in concert at the Cruzan Amphitheatre West Palm Beach, Florida - 31.07.08
CHEAP TRICK star ROBIN ZANDER and GLENN HUGHES are among the heavy rockers who have come together to record the oddest tribute album to Frank Sinatra.
The duo and members of bands like Twisted Sister, Anthrax and Queensryche have recorded heavy metal versions of the legendary crooner's classics like New York, New York, Lady Is A Tramp and Fly Me To The Moon for new release SIN-Atra.
Highlights include Deep Purple legend Hughes' rendition of I've Got You Under My Skin and Twisted Sister star Dee Snider's take on It Was A Very Good Year.
Late rocker Ronnie James Dio's widow Wendy is the executive producer of the project, which will be released at the end of March (11).