Preview 'SING', Andrew Lloyd Webber and Gary Barlow's Diamond Jubilee Song

May 17
10:07 PM 2012


BBC News has just reported that Gary Barlow and Andrew Lloyd Webber have revealed their song for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations. "Sing" is set to air on BBC Radio 2 on Friday, May 18.

Lloyd-Webber told BBC News, "It has been a great joy to collaborate with Gary on a song for this extraordinary occasion. I hope it will become a song that is sung in celebration for many years to come."

To read the original article and listen to a preview of the song with video, click here.

Gary Barlow and The Commonwealth Band created the video for the track, which will screen in full on The One Show on BBC One May 18 as well. The track features Prince Harry on the tambourine, with guitarist Ernest Ranglin, reggae artists Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare, The Jolly Boys, the Military Wives Choir, and more.

"Sing" will be officially released on May 28 and performed live at the Diamond Jubilee Concert outside Buckingham Palace June 4.

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