When Natalie Cole worked on her platinum-selling album Unforgettable With Love – which eventually earned her six Grammys in 1992 – she had no idea it would be so successful, her friend and award-winning producer David Foster tells PEOPLE exclusively.
"When we did Unforgettable, it was so great because we weren’t doing it for the money or to sell CDs. We were doing it for a great mutual love of that kind of music," Foster says about Cole’s tribute album to her father, legendary jazz singer Nat King Cole. “We had no clue it would strike a chord wi...
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