It’s been 30 years since ‘Wonder Woman’ left prime-time, but Lynda Carter isn’t resting on her days as the truth-lassoing crime fighter of 70s television. This summer, the actress/singer released “At Last,” an album of blues and jazz standards and vintage pop tunes ) notably, the Supremes’ “Where Did Our Love Go”).
The album debuted at No. 10 on the Jazz Albums chart, but Carter says she’s genre flexible., “I’m an iPod shuffle genre,” she explained when she stopped by Billboard.com’s studio for a video interview. “I’m not really a jazz or blues genre.”
Watch Carter talk about the album, how she ditched a complete L.A.-recorded studio album when she got to Nashville, and working with John Carter Cash in a cabin-studio where June and Johnny Cash once recorded.