Being the wife of Elvis Costello does bring some perks. For acclaimed jazz chanteuse and pianist Diana Krall that gives you the chance to work directly with famed producer T Bone Burnett, the man behind Costello's recent Americana-centric studio work ("they're like brothers" Krall tells Rolling Stone). The result? Glad Rag Doll (October 2, Verve), an album of retro remakes from the back pages of the American songbook. For a preview, listen how Krall caresses Buddy Miller's gospel and blues ballad tinged "Wide River To Cross". Read more about the new album and stream another track at DC here. Read the full Rolling Stone interview here.
Diana Krall - "Wide River To Cross" (from Glad Rag Doll)