Brett Eldredge 's love for Frank Sinatra is no secret. The country singer grew up singing along to Sinatra classics, and frequently shares covers from Ol' Blue Eyes on his personal Snapchat and live in concert.

In December, Eldredge hosted a concert at Skull’s Rainbow Room in Nashville’s Printer’s Alley, where he performed Sinatra songs. The invite-only, 45-minute show had Eldredge singing the crooner's biggest hits.

Dressed dapper in a tuxedo and bow tie, Eldredge soulfully covers Sinatra's "Come Rain or Come Shine" complete with a jazz band and horn section behind him. The song was a favorite of Sinatra fans for years, and was featured on his 1962 album Sinatra and Strings.

“I grew up listening to Frank Sinatra, riding in the car with my grandpa, and I was just intrigued by it,” Eldredge tells the Boot. “I was able to sound like an older guy at the age of 14. I got noticed for that, and when I went to college in Chicago, [I] got connected with [a] jazz band. I got in with the Bill Pollack Orchestra, where I sang Sinatra stuff and old rock stuff. It was a pretty big deal.”

When he's not channeling his inner Sinatra, Eldredge entertains fans daily on his Snapchat, where he'll cover other artists with his frequent series of Bedhead Jams. Recently, he teamed up with upcoming Ripcord tourmates Keith Urban and Maren Morris for a memorable cover of Adele's "Rolling In the Deep."

“I was a Keith Urban fan long before I ever got this music thing going,” Eldredge says in a press release announcing the summer tour. “He is an absolute powerhouse on stage — unlike anyone I’ve ever seen and to top it all off, one of the most down to earth people I know! The Ripcord tour is gonna be on fire! Get ready!”

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