Sony Music to release national anthem charity single for Queen's Jubilee celebrations

The version of the National Anthem is recorded by soprano Lissa Hermans, 30, who suffers from blindness and autism.

All proceeds from the single will go to charity through Chickenshed, the theatre company which unites people of different abilities and talents to perform together.

Lissa sung the National Anthem for The Queen last month after Chickenshed performed in front of Her Majesty at a bicentennial celebration of Charles Dickens.

London talent agent Jonathan Shalit, a longstanding Trustee of Chickenshed, put ...

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