HomeLifestyleFirst clip of Harry and Jon Bon Jovi’s charity song – with disappointing news
First clip of Harry and Jon Bon Jovi’s charity song – with disappointing news
The first clip from Jon Bon Jovi's new charity single in aid of Prince Harry's Invictus Games Foundation has dropped – and it sounds brilliant.
The legendary rockstar was joined by members of the Invictus Games Choir to record the new version of Unbroken at the famous Abbey Road Studios this morning.
Meghan Markle and Harry shared the first clip of the song on their Instagram page Sussex Royal, but they also revealed something that will leave some fans disappointed.
The Duke joined Jon and the choir at the London studios today, and got behind the mic to show off his singing skills.
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 after the countdown, which means we don't get to hear how Harry sounds.
And it now looks like we'll never know, as the couple have confirmed that Harry's vocals won't be used on the track.
They wrote: "Although The Duke was unable to sing, leaving the vocals to the professionals, the special single that was recorded in Studio 2 where The Beatles recorded 11 out of their 13 albums, will be released in March."
The single will be released in March.
Despite learning that Harry isn't on the single, people took to the comments section to praise the track.
One wrote: "Today was so wonderful!! Can’t wait to listen to Unbroken."
Another added: "Amazing. This is absolutely amazing!"
The couple's full caption said: "Testing, testing…
"Recorded inside Abbey Road Studios, home to The Beatles and other music legends, The Duke of Sussex joins Jon Bon Jovi and the Invictus Games Choir for a special live session in aid of the Invictus Games Foundation.
"The song being played, called ‘Unbroken’, was created by Jon Bon Jovi to shine a spotlight on those veterans living with Post Traumatic Stress Injury (PTSI), to honour their service and acknowledge the strength of the Armed Forces community.
"The Duke and JBJ are both strong supporters of the military community, with The Duke founding the Invictus Games in 2014.
"The Invictus Games Choir, made up of wounded, injured and sick veterans and serving personnel from all services and different ranks of the UK Armed Forces, have come together to use the power of music to aid their recovery.
"Although The Duke was unable to sing, leaving the vocals to the professionals, the special single that was recorded in Studio 2 where The Beatles recorded 11 out of their 13 albums, and will be released in March in support of the @WeAreInvictusGames."