Frank Sinatra crooned a lot of love songs, well this Spring if you love hard rock you might gain a new appreciation for the tunes that "ol' blue eyes" made famous.

A tribute album called SIN-Atra will be released March 28th according to NME.

Robin Zander of Cheap Trick does a version of "Fly Me To The Moon," Glenn Hughes from Deep Purple covers "I've Got You Under My Skin" and Geoff Tate of Queensryche sings "Summerwind." You can even hear Dee Snider, lead singer of Twisted Sister, belting out "It Was A Very Good Year."

The executive producer of the project is Ronnie James Dio's widow Wendy.