Exclusive: Aled Jones and Russell Watson’s video for ‘Where Have All The Flowers Gone’
5 November 2018, 10:34
This morning, Aled Jones and Russell Watson have released the official video for their single ‘Where Have All The Flowers Gone/Here’s To The Heroes’ – exclusively on Classic FM.
The song marks both the centenary of the end of World War One and the 70th anniversary of the National Health Service.
Aled said of the track: “We loved the idea of honouring service men and women through our music, as well as our everyday heroes such as doctors and nurses.”
Exciting news! @ClassicFM will be premiering the official video to Where Have All The Flowers Gone / Here's To The Heroes on Monday!— Aled Jones (@realaled) November 3, 2018
Here is a little sneak-peek for you all! 📹💕
Don’t forget you can still pre-order your copy of #InHarmony here >> https://t.co/hBsiBxnyzD pic.twitter.com/uKsObhJ0Tf
In Harmony will include well-loved arias and hymns like ‘Ave Maria’, as well as modern classics such as ‘You Raise Me Up’. The album will be released this Friday, and you can pre-order a copy here.
Watson said of the album: “What I particularly like is the way that it is not just a collaboration as such where I sing a verse, Aled sings a verse and everybody joins in on the chorus. It’s been really cleverly written and arranged so that our voices blend really well.”
Although Jones and Watson have been friends for over 20 years and enjoyed successful solo singing careers, this is the first time they have collaborated on a project together.
They will also be embarking on their first joint UK tour next year – tickets are available here.
See all the tour dates below:
17 September - Llandudno Venue Cymru
18 September - Blackpool Opera House
20 September - Northampton Royal & Derngate
21 September - London Palladium
23 September - Southend Cliffs Pavilion
24 September - Eastbourne Congress Theatre
26 September - Cardiff St David’s Hall
27 September - Oxford New Theatre
29 September - Plymouth Pavilions
30 September - Bournemouth Pavilion
2 October- Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
3 October - Ipswich Regent
5 October - Cambridge Corn Exchange
6 October- Gateshead Sage
8 October- Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
9 October- York Barbican
11 October- Stoke-on-Trent Victoria Hall
12 October- Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
14 October - Sheffield City Hall
15 October - Warwick Arts Centre
17 October – Belfast Waterfront Hall
18 October – Dublin Bord Gáis Energy Theatre