Diana Krall Album to Include Her Rendition of ''Sorry Seems to be The Hardest Word''

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A five-time Grammy Award-winning jazz pianist and singer will release her new studio album on Verve Records on September 9.  The new release is entitled Wallflower and is a collection of songs from the late 60's to present day that inspired Diana Krall in her early years. 

Produced by 16-time GrammyAward-winning producer David Foster, the album finds Krall breaking new ground with her interpretations of pop numbers like Elton's Sorry Seems to be The Hardest Word and the Mamas & Papas' California Dreamin'.

"It was a nice change for me to be in the vocal booth with pretty much only David's superb piano accompaniment and orchestrations," said Krall.

"The songs Diana performs on this album are the ones she grew up hearing on the radio and listening to on vinyl," commented Foster.  "What makes this album so special is the way Diana re-imagines each tune and the way she puts her heart and soul into every syllable."