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It made a friendship between one of my most treasured friends is Rod Stewart. I mean, they used that song, “The Way You Look Tonight,” President Clinton told me, to dance with Chelsea. I said, “You know, that song’s taken me to more weddings than you can ever imagine.” He said something like, “Well, you should make an album of wedding songs.” I said, “That’s why you are the president.” Tavis: Speaking of which, so tell me about “I’ll Take Romance.” Tyrell: Well, that’s how that happened.

(Her company is Tribute Goods Design.) And, yes, Steve's Grammy Awards made the cut. However, he has taken over half of the master bedroom closets (must be love) and brought lots of family pictures.Tavis: Steve Tyrell is a popular singer who is out now with his latest project. You know, we’d see if we could get us a little place on a lot somewhere, you know, and walk around at the commissary. Tyrell: Yeah, the famous Teddy Z, “Frank’s Place,” you remember that show with Tim Reed? It’s called “I’ll Take Romance.” The disk is a collection of covers from the Great American Songbook featuring artists ranging from Etta James to Linda Ronstadt to Sam Cooke. Tavis: It’s good to see you in Los Angeles for a change. Tavis: The last time we saw each other, we were at the Larry King Friar’s Roast in New York City. I mean, the day we shot that scene was the biggest day of the movie because it’s the reception, so all the actors are there. So I told the director, I said, “Why don’t you put that over the end of the movie too? You mentioned Ray Charles, and I’ve read this more than once. Now I’m gonna go back for the first time and play in May ’cause Bobby used to do that. Tyrell: But they gave me a call to come down early. I called him next day and said, “Yeah, yeah, he dropped by last night with the family and told me that he had danced to my version of “The Way You Look Tonight” and thinks maybe a wedding album dedicated to people getting married would be a good idea.” John said, “Yeah, yeah, that’s a good idea.” So this album is a collection of songs that are some of my favorites. It’s a standards record, but it goes back a little bit more to my R&B roots like, you know, “Sentimental Reasons” is on there. I love this guy and I’m so honored to finally get him in Los Angeles to talk about his wonderful career and he’s still going strong.

It’s a kind of a cliché question, but if you could go on an island and you could only have one person’s music, who would that be? When he passed away, they called me and asked me if I would take that spot. Tavis: 12 wonderful tracks, 12 wonderful tracks by the great Steve Tyrell.

He later became a fixture in NY and has played the Café Carlyle to record crowds. He said there was about 5,000 people there, took him all day and they finally let him in and he walked in and the first thing he sang was “I got you under my skin” and they said, “Over here, please” [laugh]. Tyrell: I didn’t know, but I didn’t hear about her until she became a teenager being an artist. So when I moved out to California, Barry Mann and I became partners and we started working on movies. A lot of times, people would just say, “Well, man, who’s that?