Prince Harry has finally released his charity single recorded with rock god Jon Bon Jovi and the Invictus Games Choir.
Livin’ on a Prayer star is making a single for Harry’s Invictus Games Foundation. He will take the Duke through the process of creating the track at meeting today. Abbey Road studios was where Beatles recorded many of their most famous hits.(dailymail)
Prince Harry got behind the mic with rock legend Jon Bon Jovi to record a new charity single. Members of the Invictus Games Choir are also on the track. Jon can be heard giving the royal some last minute advice, saying: “Pretend you’re singing in your bedroom. That’s easy.”
However, the clip cuts out just before Harry started to sing. The new version of Unbroken is available to stream and download from today [Friday 27 March 2020].
Jon Bon Jovi was seen arriving at Abbey Road studios today to meet Prince Harry for a session about a charity single the 80s rocker is recording for the royal’s Invictus Games Foundation.
The Livin’ on a Prayer star will talk the Duke of Sussex through the process of creating the single Unbroken, with the Invictus Games Choir, in the same studio where the Beatles recorded many of their albums.
The foundation oversees the development of the Invictus Games, the international multi-sport event for injured or sick military personnel founded by Harry, who will step down as a working member of the royal family at the end of March.
Yesterday Jon Bon Jovi jokingly called for Sir Mick Jagger to retire so he knows ”where the end is”
Jon Bon Jovi quipped that he wishes Sir Mick Jagger would ”retire” so he knows when he can call it a day. (contactmusic)
The Bon Jovi frontman admitted he is ”in awe” of The Rolling Stones singer for still rocking out on stage in his 70s, but joked that he wants the 76-year-old music legend to hurry up and quit touring, so he knows when he can hang up his own microphone.
In an interview with Britain’s Metro newspaper’s Guilty Pleasures column, Jon said: ”They are my absolute heroes, my favourite rock band.
”I am in awe but I wish the son of a bitch would retire just so I know where the end is.”
The 57-year-old singer insisted he will ”walk away” from his career when he feels he can no longer do his ”legacy” justice.
Asked if he envisages himself still performing at Mick’s age, he replied: ”I hope not. My goal is to do it as well as I’ve done it or better, just not to hurt the legacy.
”Nobody loved the fat Elvis.