LISTEN: Englebert Humperdinck Dedicates 50th Anniversary Album to His Wife

In our interview, Englebert talks about his newest album, The Man I Want to Be, and he explains how, at the age of 81, he wanted to dedicate this special collection of songs to his wife Patricia and also send a message to other families who face the challenges of Alzheimer's.

He talks about what it was like to record the song “I’m Glad I Danced With You” written by his daughter, Louise and performed as a duet with his granddaughter, Olivia as a loving tribute to his wife.

There are new songs by Richard Marx, Jon Allen (including the title track), Richard Scott, Steve Mac, Les Reed and Engelbert’s daughter Louise Dorsey – some unexpected covers of Bruno Mars’ “Just the Way You Are” and Ed Sheeran’s “Photograph” - plus three classic songs recently introduced in his Live Show: Willie Nelson’s “Crazy”, Eddy Arnold’s “Welcome to my World” and the NY classic “On Broadway”, all of which have been turned inside out.

Engelbert’s most recent album release “Engelbert Humperdinck 50” on Decca Records Hit the Top 5 of Music Week’s UK Album charts and re-introduced fans young and old to his classic catalog of hits. 

Englebert Humperdinck

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