In the works: Tammy Wynette and Sting -- The country star and Police frontman join forces on an upcoming duets album

By EW Staff
Updated March 18, 1994 at 05:00 AM EST

Dueting: Two years ago, Tammy Wynette paired up with industrial dance band the KLF, inspiring her label, Epic, to coordinate a duets album, set for early summer. Among Wynette’s warbling buddies are Sting (on ”Every Breath You Take”), Elton John, and Lyle Lovett.

Recording: Remember the Psychedelic Furs? Richard and Tim Butler, the brothers behind the early-’80s band, are laying down tracks for a new band. Although produced by Dave Jerden (Alice in Chains), it won’t boast a grunge sound. ”I’m not that kind of person,” says Richard.

Experimenting: Dweezil Zappa has written a 75-minute tune called ”What The Hell Was I Thinking?” for a one-song album, Extravaganza. The equally bloated band includes 35 guitarists. Dad would be proud.