Bradley Walsh 'chasing dreams' of singing success with debut album
TV star Bradley Walsh has announced his debut album, a recording of classics he said would be "absolutely thrilling" to make.
The comedian and presenter, 56, will be singing old school classics on the record, Chasing Dreams.
"I grew up listening to legends such as Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr and Tony Bennett," said Walsh.
"From those early days I've always been a huge fan of this style of music and now to have the opportunity to record some of the greatest songs and arrangements ever written, alongside a 54-piece orchestra and band, is absolutely thrilling."
The Chase and Keep It In The Family presenter, whose acting credits include Law & Order: UK, co-wrote the title track, Chasing Dreams.
Tracks on the album include Fly Me To The Moon, Mr Bojangles, That's Life and For Once In My Life.
The album, from Sony Music, will be released on November 25.