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The Not Forgotten Coronation Celebration

Welcome to the Coronation Celebration from The Not Forgotten, marking the Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III, 6th May 2023.

We hope you enjoy this varied selection of music and performance, recorded exclusively for The Not Forgotten by a host of performers and celebrities. Bringing our veteran community together at a historic national moment and lifting spirits through concert entertainment, just as our Founder Marta Cunningham set out to do a century ago.

God Save The King!

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We’d love to know what you think of this Coronation Celebration, and hear how you have used it in celebrating the Coronation of King Charles III – let us know on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter

Full track listing:

1. A message from Richard Arnold
2. The Choir of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, The Boys of the Old Brigade
3. Tom Carradine, I’m Henery the Eighth, I Am
4. Tom Carradine, My Old Man Said Follow the Van
5. Swingtime Sweethearts, We’ll Meet Again
6. The Choir of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square
7. Scott Elvis, All Shook Up
8. A message from Craig Revel Horwood
9. Mike Marandi, That’s Amore
10. Andante, Love Me Tender
11. Christopher Gee, Impressions 1
12. Linda Watts, A Tribute to Marta Cunningham, Our Founder
13. Shenton Dixon, Hello Dolly
14. The Choir of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, King of the Road
15. A message from Ash Palmisciano, Natalie Ann Jamieson and Olivia Bromley, from the cast of ‘Emmerdale’.
16. Tony Lorenzo, Any Dream Will Do
17. Steve Galler, Lonnie Medley
18. Jason Allen, You’re My First, My Last, My Everything
19. Christopher Gee, Impressions 2
20. Andante, Lord of the Dance
21. Tee Green, Stand By Me
22. A message from Anthea Turner
23. Lloyd Ellery, Anthem
24. Gary Goodmaze, Crazy Little Thing Called Love
25. Take That Experience, It Only Takes a Minute
26. Variety Collective, Pearly Cockney London Medley
27. A message from Rosie Thompson
28. Swingtime Sweethearts, God Save The King