The singer joins Iggy Pop, Chris Cornell and Charli XCX on the soundtrack for HBO's hit show

By Melody Chiu
Updated March 03, 2016 09:00 PM
Courtesy Charlie Wilson

Uncle Charlie is making an appearance on Vinyl.

Singer and producer Charlie Wilson’s song “Alright Lady” will be featured in Sunday’s episode of HBO’s hit series, where he is the singing voice for the character Hannibal. The tune is available digitally on Friday.

Created by Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger and Terence Winter, the show – starring Bobby Cannavale – is set in ’70s New York and follows American Century Records president Richie Finestra as he deals with professional and personal drama.

Already available is “Vinyl: Music From the Original Series – Volume 1, a full-length music companion to the series’ premiere episode featuring Sturgill Simpson, Otis Redding, and the fictional band Nasty Bits, fronted by James Jagger. Featured artists on the forthcoming digital releases include Iggy Pop, Chris Cornell, Charlie XCX and Jess Glynne.