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Royal Party

by Neil Arthur Williams

‘Royal Party’ takes 'God Save The Queen' on a joyous pop/rock fusion of wailing harmonized rock guitars over Ibiza Dance rhythms to celebrate the forthcoming British Royal Family Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton on Friday April 29th 2011.
Genre: Pop: British Pop
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Born in Preston, Lancashire, England in 1962, Neil Arthur Williams is an eclectic composer of everything from media themes and pop songs to short pieces for classical piano. A double Master of Arts with double distinctions in Music and Humanities, Neil is not only an internationally-published musicologist, historian and festival-winning composer, but also a qualified and practising clinical hypnotherapist in his home town of Tamworth, England. His dream is to become a notable media composer, but admits that a ‘One-Hit Wonder’ pop success would make a very nice consolation prize too. His brilliant and opportunistic debut single ‘Royal Party’ could well make either prospect a reality. This infectiously happy track may well also have a second and third life to come in respect of the need for topical celebratory music for the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II in early June 2012, and the subsequent London 2012 Olympics.


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