As the world buckled down with COVID-19, iconic vocalist ENGELBERT HUMPERDINCK had to adjust to the shifting restrictions provided by the pandemic. With his 2020 worldwide tour canceled, Engelbert insisted on getting new music to his myriad of fans who were upset about missing the “King of Romance” do his thing. In lieu of the tour, he opted to use his time off the road to record SENTIMENTS, a new EP to be released November 20, 2020 via OK!Good Records.
Recorded this summer by producer Jurgen Korduletsch despite the tough restrictions placed on artists due to the coronavirus outbreak, Humperdinck recorded his vocals remotely, a very different experience for him. The result is a six-track EP which includes covers of Elton John (“Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me”), Bob Dylan (“Forever Young”), Charlie Chaplin (“Smile”) and a duet with UK singer/songwriter Janet Devlin on Elvis Presley’s “Can’t Help Falling in Love”.
- One World
- Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me
- What Am I Living For
- Can’t Help Falling In Love (feat. Janet Devlin)
- Forever Young