Concerts may not run packed as they used to, but the artists didn\u2019t stop recording. In fact, Willie Nelson's album that just released on February 26 is all about celebrating Frank Sinatra\u2019s work. This particular dedication comes from a very personal place, as Nelson has admitted to being an avid fan of just about everything the \u201cFly Me To The Moon\u201d singer ever put out. That explains why the album That\u2019s Life covers so much Sinatra. Willie Nelson admired Frank Sinatra as an artist and friend Frank Sinatra's album In The Whee Small Hours \/ Amazon CMT writes that Willie Nelson and Frank Sinatra crossed paths through their careers. To this day, though, Nelson wishes it could have been more. \u201cWe played some shows together,\u201d Nelson explained. \u201cOne night we played a show in Vegas and he invited me by his place to hang out and I couldn\u2019t. I had to get on a bus and go to LA and I always regretted that I didn\u2019t get to hang out with Frank.\u201d RELATED: Karen O & Willie Nelson\u2019s Beautiful Cover Of \u2018Under Pressure\u2019 Is The Duet We Didn\u2019t Know We Needed Throughout the \u201880s, the two did team up for some public service announcements, though. But even apart, Nelson could enjoy and appreciate what Sinatra put out into the airwaves. He admitted, \u201cPractically everything he\u2019s recorded, I\u2019ve loved it. I\u2019m a huge Sinatra fan. I don\u2019t think anybody expected me to sound like Frank, even though I wish I could. I don\u2019t have that good of a voice.\u201d \u2018That\u2019s Life\u2019 honors his idol Willie Nelson's latest album taps into his respect for Frank Sinatra's work \/ Wikipedia The album That\u2019s Life released on Friday, February 26. Willie Nelson\u2019s new album is dedicated entirely to honoring Frank Sinatra\u2019s work. It draws from yet another, previous collection of Sinatra tributes from 2018 titled My Way. Nelson even utilized Capitol Studios to record the music, which was also responsible for some of Sinatra\u2019s most famous numbers. The cover art features Nelson, but he is positioned to inspire onlookers to remember Sinatra\u2019s own album In the Wee Small Hours - with a color scheme to match - which is also listed as the ninth song in the tracklisting. The album contains eleven songs in total.