Bublé's vocals make The King's new release even richer

By Nick Maslow
September 14, 2015 08:00 AM
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Elvis Presley and Michael Bublé fans are about to catch a “Fever” – the crooners are featured on a new duet of the classic song, and PEOPLE has an exclusive first listen!

The track is featured on Presley’s upcoming posthumous album, If I Can Dream, due Oct. 30.

Combining The King’s original vocals with new instrumentation from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the new album offers an epic twist on 14 of Presley’s memorable performances. In addition to Bublé’s contribution on “Fever,” Il Volo and Duane Eddy appear on the album.

“This would be a dream come true for Elvis,” said Priscilla Presley, the late singer’s ex wife. “He would have loved to play with such a prestigious symphony orchestra. The music … the force that you feel with his voice and the orchestra is exactly what he would have done.”

The icon’s influence endures over 38 years since his death in 1977. An auction of his select personal items grabbed headlines in August, and all eyes were on three generations of Presley women when Riley Keough got sweet support from mom Lisa Marie and grandmother Priscilla at the Los Angeles premiere of Mad Max: Fury Road in May.