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"Let's Be Frank": Trisha Yearwood's planning an intimate Valentine's Day concert high above NYC

Rainbow Room/PR NewswireTrisha Yearwood will do one of her first full concerts in some time on Valentine’s Day at New York City’s iconic Rainbow Room.

The two-time CMA Female Vocalist of the Year will perform songs from her new Let’s Be Frank album of Sinatra covers. Ol’ Blue Eyes himself both sang and hung out at the Rainbow Room -- 65 stories above Rockefeller Center -- back in the day.

Trisha is also working with the Rainbow Room chef to create a four-course tasting menu with wine pairings. But if you’d like to spend February 14 at the Rainbow Room with your sweetheart, it won’t be cheap: tickets are on sale now for $325 each.

Trisha’s Let’s Be Frank album is available now exclusively through Williams Sonoma. You’ll be able to buy it everywhere on February 15.

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