Tyson Fury to Sing 'Sweet Caroline' in Debut Single For Mental Health Charity
Tyson Fury is set to release his first solo single with a cover of Neil Diamond's classic 'Sweet Caroline'. The song will be released in aid of men's mental health charity, Talk Club. 100% of the single's profits will be donated to the charity. The single will be available on iTunes and Amazon.
Tyson Fury's debut solo single is a cover of Neil Diamond's classic Sweet Caroline
Boxing superstar Tyson Fury is set to release his debut solo single on November 11, a cover of Neil Diamond's 'Sweet Caroline'. The song is being released to raise money for the men's mental health charity Talk Club. The charity provides sport, therapy, and talking groups to help men find mental health and fitness. The single was recorded at British Grove and Air Studios and was produced by Guy Chambers.
The song has become a classic country song that has become a favorite among country music fans. Originally recorded by Neil Diamond, the song has been covered by many artists. Williams worked with British comedian Jimmy Carr on the lyrics for "Live in Las Vegas," which serves as the opening track of his residency at Wynn Las Vegas. While a studio version has been recorded and used in promotional material, it is not yet available as a download.
The cover was recorded at Sound Vortex studio in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Fury has worked with various musicians such as Doug Hoekstra, David Olney, and Webb Wilder. He also worked with The Swampers, who are a staple of the Alabama music scene.
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Tyson Fury has gotten in touch with his inner music lover and has decided to sing a cover of Neil Diamond's classic, Sweet Caroline. He has been open about his struggles with mental health, and the single will raise money for a mental health charity. The charity is Talk Club, which helps men deal with problems with mental health through therapy, online support and in-person meetings.
The song has recently become a soccer anthem, and Fury has decided to sing the classic track in support of men's mental health charity Talk Club. The song is also a favorite of England fans, who have adopted it as an unofficial anthem.
It will be available on iTunes
Tyson Fury is no stranger to singing. He has done so during interviews and after fights. He even sang a duet with Robbie Williams on his 2019 Christmas album. And now, he is using the power of his fame to raise awareness for mental health.
The two-time heavyweight boxing champion has opened up about his mental health struggles in the past. Now, he's using his voice to help others by singing a cover of Neil Diamond's classic song. The single is set to be released on November 11 through Warner Music UK's EastWest Records.
Fury will perform the song at a concert at the O2 Arena in London on November 11. Proceeds from the single will go to the Talk Club, a charity for men suffering from mental health problems. Fans can call their helpline or visit their website for information on how to get help.
It will be available on Amazon
Tyson Fury will sing Sweet Caroline for mental health charity. The boxing star has been open about his struggles with mental health. He'll be donating the proceeds of his debut single to Talk Club, a men's mental health charity. The track is expected to be released early next year.
Fury is known for singing and playing the guitar. He often performs songs after his fights or during interviews. He recently appeared on Robbie Williams' 2019 Christmas album and sang a duet with the singer, called "Bad Sharon". Now he's using his musical talent to promote mental health awareness.
Fury's new single is called Sweet Caroline, and he'll sing it at his debut appearance at the Royal Albert Hall on November 11. The money raised by the single will go towards a mental health charity called Talk Club. The charity helps men to manage their mental health issues by offering counselling and support.