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The late singer and pianist was famous for songs like "Sweet Lorraine" and "Too Young," as well as for being the first African-American man to host a national TV show.
More than 12 years Nat's junior, Freddy had a career of some 70 years and was nominated for four Grammys.
His recording of the much-loved 1950s composition was recorded live in Budapest in 2016.
The launch day is the 101st anniversary of Cole's birth, and his daughters Timolin and Casey Cole will be present to talk about the stories behind the exhibit.
The Recording Academy has inducted 26 more iconic recordings into its Grammy Hall of Fame including Elton John, Patsy Cline and Public Enemy.
In a surprising twist of cross-cultural collaboration, BLACKPINK member Rosé has released a cover of Nat King Cole’s holiday classic ‘The Christmas Song’.
The jazz star's studio version of the song originally appeared on 'Nat King Cole & Me' ,released through Blue Note and Decca Records in 2017.
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The event will also feature a panel discussion to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Cole's birth.
Nat King Cole’s ‘Unforgettable’ album remains a timeless classic of vocal jazz, arguably representing the high point of his incredible music.
‘Lights Out’ focuses on the last broadcast of Cole’s variety show on 17 December 1957, when the jazz giant famously declared: ‘Madison Avenue is afraid of the dark”.
"To let his musical accomplishments, fade or diminish even slightly would be a grave mistake. He was and is, a master of the music."
The digital duet will be included on the 'Ultimate Nat King Cole' compilation, to be released on 15 March.