Prince Harry Sings with Jon Bon Jovi for Invictus Games


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Britain’s Prince Harry on Friday joined veteran rocker Jon Bon Jovi to record a song at London’s famous Abbey Road Studios for the Invictus Games.

Harry’s official Instagram account posted a video of Bon Jovi cueing him to begin singing.

The pair stood in front of a microphone in the studios, which were used by The Beatles and inspired the title of the band’s 1969 album `Abbey Road.’

The video ended as Harry and Bon Jovi, both wearing headphones, appeared to be starting to sing.

“I said I will give it a shot. Stay tuned for more to come later,’’ Harry posted.

Harry, 35, founded the Invictus Games in 2014 as an international sporting competition for injured or sick military servicemen and women.

Bon Jovi, 57, had said he planned to re-record his song `Unbroken’ with Harry and the Invictus Games Choir.

The Invictus Games Foundation tweeted photographs of Harry meeting the choir, and of Harry and Bon Jovi sitting together at a mixing desk.

The choir and Bon Jovi “ were rehearsing and recording all day’’ on Thursday, it said.

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