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The Kingdom Choir set to perform at Invictus Games closing ceremony

Sat 06 Oct 2018
By Eno Adeogun

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will once again hear a live performance from the gospel choir that sang at their nuptials at the close of the Invictus Games in Sydney this month.

The Kingdom Choir who performed a rendition of Ben E King’s Stand By Me at the 19th May royal wedding, will showcase their vocals at the international adaptive sporting event for wounded, injured and ill service men and women on 27th October.

The Games was founded by Prince Harry in 2014.


The choir, which is described on their website as “proud, poised, and ready to perform”, will release their debut album Stand By Me on 26th October 2018.


The album will include the version of Stand By Me that they performed at this year's Royal Wedding and will also include a rendition of Christian grime artist Stormzy's Blinded By Your Grace Part 2.

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