Brett Eldredge Covers Sinatra's 'Come Rain or Come Shine'

(Radio.com) Brett Eldredge shows off his debonair side in a new video where he covers Frank Sinatra's classic "Come Rain or Come Shine." Donning a tuxedo that gives the country crooner a slick polish, Eldredge shows off his polished vocal skills.

Performing the song at Skull's Rainbow Room in Nashville's Printer's Alley (via The Boot), Eldredge lends the standard a slight hint of country. But he displays a sure-throated voice and range, proving he's up to the task of covering Ol' Blue Eyes. A full backing band gives the song its standard sound, which nicely contrasts Eldredge's subtle country twangs.

This isn't the first time the country musician has covered Sinatra. He has a habit of turning to the legend when it comes to cover songs, and that may very well be because of what he listened to while growing up.

Speaking with People in 2014, his mom Robin Eldredge said about her son performing Sinatra covers at a Nashville benefit, "I'm absolutely thrilled to see him do this because he used to do this [style of music] when he was younger, but I haven't heard him do it in a long time." Check out the new video here.

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