London Community Gospel Choir Record Special Songs for The Queen’s 70th Anniversary

London Community Gospel Choir Record Songs for Queen's 70th Anniversary

London Community Gospel Choir Record Songs for Queen's 70th Anniversary

The London Community Gospel Choir established itself in 1982. This choir has featured many famous artists like Justin Timberlake and others.

They are making headlines again with the Royal family of Britain.

They are Britain’s first renowned contemporary “performance touring, inspirational gospel choir band.”They play gospel songs with multi-genres of music, including pop, soul, jazz, R&B, and classical.

As Queen Elizabeth celebrates her platinum birthday, they have collaborated with Lesley Garrett CBE and West End star Rodney Early Clarke on the new records, named ‘The Four British Nations’ and ‘We Thank You From Our Hearts’.

The anthem has been described as a “musical journey through the Queen’s life”, as well as a “circumnavigation of the Commonwealth.”

The London Community Gospel Choir is a renowned group of people with world recognition. This is not their first time joining in with the royal family.

Lesley Garrett, CBE, who takes centre stage on the new song, said: “There has never been a greater need for a song to unite us all than now. Covid and its chaotic aftermath has touched everyone of us, throughout the Commonwealth and the wider world. For 70 years our Queen has been there, the one sure and steadfast rock in our unpredictable world. In this special jubilee year, join us to celebrate her extraordinary devotion and commitment to us all. ‘A diamond in her platinum crown, forever sure and strong

It has been known that two new songs have been composed to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

Her Majesty was photographed working from her famous red boxes as she became the first British monarch to mark 70 years on the throne.

In her speech, the Queen remembered her father —King George VI and the day she ascended onto the royal throne of England.

People spotted a picture of her with her father King George VI. The Queen’s father died about 70 years ago leaving her to take the Crown aged just 25.

‘It is a day that, even after 70 years, I still remember as much for the death of my father, King George VI, as for the start of my reign,’ she wrote.

‘As we mark this anniversary, it gives me pleasure to renew to you the pledge I gave in 1947 that my life will always be devoted to your service.’

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