Chris Botti is hot. He's one of People magazine's "50 Most Beautiful" people, toured with Sting and has a smash CD called A Thousand Kisses Deep. So it's no surprise that he's entering the recording studio soon to take advantage of his popularity.
Trumpet player Chris Botti is getting ready to head back into the studio soon to record a new album of musical standards, the follow-up to his current and most successful album so far, A Thousand Kisses Deep. The new album, called When I Fall in Love, will feature some orchestration. The title song is a Edward Heyman and Victor Young composition that has been covered by numerous jazz and pop artists and was popularized by Nat King Cole.
Botti gained worldwide exposure touring with Sting, appearing in People magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful” issue and having a No. 1 song, "Indian Summer." He also will debut Let's Chill With Chris Botti on radio stations this summer.
When I Fall in Love is expected to be released in October.