Unlike his singing on "Family Guy," Seth MacFarlane won’t be doing any spoofs on his debut album, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
The "Family Guy" creator has signed a deal with Universal Republic Records, marking MacFarlane’s debut as a recording artist. The album will be a collection of 1940s and 1950s show tunes from Broadway greats such as Rodgers and Hammerstein and Lerner and Loewe, the story says.
MacFarlane isn’t a stranger to singing, as he frequently sings parody songs on his shows and at live events and this year was given an Emmy nomination for lyrics and music, the story says. A live orchestra and big band will provide back-up for MacFarlane.