The royal wedding of Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle will be recorded and released within hours for immediate streaming, Decca Records announced Wednesday.
Decca said it will continue its tradition of capturing royal family milestones with the May 19 ceremony at Windsor Castle’s St. George’s Chapel. Physical copies of the recording, including vinyl, will hit retail outlets on May 25 with a collectors booklet.
Classical producer Anna Barry will oversee the wedding recording, which will include performances by British cellist Sheku Kanneh Mason, Welsh soprano Elin Manahan Thomas, the Choir of St George’s Chapel and the Christian gospel group the Kingdom Choir. An orchestra will include members of the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, the English Chamber Orchestra and the London-based Philharmonia.
Stephen Colbert took time Tuesday night to break down the intricacies of the president’s interpersonal interactions on “The Late Show.” But first, he took aim at the food being served during Macron’s visit.
“It is Trump’s first state dinner, and in a major departure from tradition, Trump will not invite Democrats or the media,” Colbert began. “If [Trump] doesn’t like you, you will not be there.
Matthew McConaughey is worried that gun control efforts will be “hijacked” by those who would prefer a gun ban.
While promoting his upcoming film “White Boy Rick” at the CinemaCon theater-owners convention in Las Vegas, McConaughey repeated his support for the student-led March for Our Lives movement, but voiced concern that the drive for change could go too far.
McConaughey and his friends were respectful and responsible gun owners when they were growing up, he said.