‘Thank You, Mister Rogers’ — A Warm Musical Salute to the Late, Beloved Fred Rogers (Out Now/Listen)


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Fred Rogers was beloved by millions, his storytelling and gentle presence a familiar comfort on television sets across the country on Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, which began airing in 1962 and went on to be one of the most cherished programs in history.

Rogers’ life and the show left such an indelible mark on society that he has become something of a legend over the years. His legacy was the focus of a fantastic 2018 documentary Won’t You Be My Neighbor? and, now, a star-studded tribute album bringing back several of the songs featured on the program.

In late 2019, a compilation album was released featuring a number of music icons paying tribute to Rogers’ legacy, and Thank You, Mister Rogers is a very warm celebration of Rogers’ timeless presence. It features contributions from Rita Wilson, Lee Greenwood, Sandi Patty, Kellie Pickler, Vanessa Williams, Jim Brickman, Jaci Velasquez, Micky Dolenz (of The Monkees), Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr. (of The Fifth Dimension), The Cowsills, Tom Bergeron and Jon Secada.

It makes for a pretty perfect gift this holiday season, if we do say so ourselves …

The track listing:

  1. The Cowsills — “Won’t You Be My Neighbor”
  2. Jaci Velasquez — “You Can Never Go Down the Drain”
  3. Rita Wilson — “Sometimes People Are Good”
  4. Micky Dolenz — “Perfectly Beautiful Day”
  5. Vanessa Williams — “Many Ways to Say I Love You”
  6. Tom Bergeron — “Some Things I Don’t Understand”
  7. Jim Brickman — “This Is My Home”
  8. Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis, Jr. — “Let’s Be Together”
  9. Sandi Patty — “Please Don’t Think It’s Funny”
  10. Kelli Pickler — “It’s Such a Good Feeling”
  11. Lee Greenwood — “When the Day Turns Into Night”
  12. Jon Secada — “Podemos Ser Amigos”
  13. The Ensemble — “Thank You For Being You”

For more, click here. And stream Thank You, Mister Rogers below via Spotify:


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