asongformyfathermini.jpgChynna Phillips, daughter of John Phillips of The Mamas and the Papas, is putting out a tribute album to dads. On it she and a bunch of other offspring of famous father musicians are singing covers. It comes out June 2nd (only on iTunes) and Jen Chapin sings Harry Chapin’s “Cats in the Cradle;” Salvador Santana does his dad’s “Evil Ways;” “Bartender’s Blues” is sung by Ben Taylor, son of James; and the Nelson twins perform Ricky’s “Travelin’ Man.” All good, mellow 60s-ish music.

Not sure from this clip how good it is, but it sounds like a sweet way to honor your dad.

What are you planning to do to honor father’s day in a couple of weeks? 

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