Among the stars assembled for the Frank Sinatra salute Sinatra 100: An All-Star Grammy Concert, Zac Brown demonstrated the far-reaching influence of Ol’ Blue Eyes with a performance of “The Way You Look Tonight.”
Decked out in a crisp suit and black fedora, Brown looked happy to not have a guitar slung around his neck for once and moved around the stage with athletic grace. While certainly not a microphone technician like Sinatra, Brown’s warm and resonant vocals still made for a loving rendition of the romantic standard.
Brown also joined Carrie Underwood and Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane to sing a medley of “Come Fly With me,” “Bewitched,” “Stars Fell on Alabama” and “Learning the Blues.” Underwood sang “Someone to Watch Over Me” solo, while Garth Brooks sang “The Lady Is a Tramp” and Trisha Yearwood delivered “I’ll Be Seeing You.” Additional performers included Lady Gaga, Alicia Keys, Sam Smith and John Legend.
Sinatra 100 aired December 6th on CBS to mark what would have been Sinatra’s 100th birthday on December 12th.