To celebrate The Queen's Diamond Jubilee, Gary
has joined forces with musicians from across the Commonwealth to
record a very special album, titled 'Sing'.
The title track is written by Gary Barlow and
Andrew Lloyd Webber and features Gareth
Malone and the Military Wives, alongside
artists from across the Commonwealth including the Solomon
Islands Police Force Band, Sydney Symphony Orchestra and
Slum Drummers from Kenya's Kibera slum.
You'll also spot Prince Harry playing the
tambourine in the official video for 'Sing', which
you can now watch exclusively over on MSN HERE.
The album also include a special version of 'Sing' with just Gary
on vocals and his recording of 'Here Comes The
Sun', that you can currently hear on the latest Marks and
Spencer TV advert. Listen to a preview of all the tracks on the
Take a look at the official artwork here
and the complete tracklisting for 'Sing' by Gary Barlow and The
Commonwealth Band, below…
Sing (Commonwealth version)
Sing (Gary Barlow version)
Here Comes the Sun
Stronger As One
Land of Hope and Glory
God Save the Queen
Pre-order your copy of the album by clicking on the link of your
choice below and make sure you're tuned into The Graham Norton Show
tonight from 10.35pm on BBC1, to catch Gary talking about this
You can find out more over on jubileesing.com.