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First Listen: Sneak a Peek at Our ‘Happily Ever After’ Theme Song

Jennifer Fickley-Baker

by , Editorial Content Manager, Walt Disney World Resort

In just a few weeks, the new fireworks show “Happily Ever After,” will debut at Magic Kingdom Park with more lasers, lights and projections than ever before – not to mention contemporary versions of popular Disney songs.

And speaking of music, the show will feature a brand-new theme song titled “Happily Ever After,” a song that encourages us to dream our biggest dream possible and to never give up. The duet is sung by country music artist Angie Keilhauer and singer Jordan Fisher, whom you may recognize from the “Moana” soundtrack or the 2016-winter 2017 cast of Broadway’s “Hamilton.” Our cameras recently went behind-the-scenes at the recording session when vocals were laid down for the song to catch a “first listen.”

“Happily Ever After” will debut at Magic Kingdom Park on May 12. For more information, click here.

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  • Will a cd be released for us Disney music collectors? The Rivers of Life cd was only briefly available, please don’t make this release as hard to find for fans. Thanks!

  • How come the soundtrack is available in iTunes U.K. Store but not US where this show actually plays? Will a cd be available in the parks?

  • Love the music. I hope they don’t reduce the fireworks in place of projections like they did at Hollywood Studios. We don’t bother to go there for fireworks anymore. I love the Magic Kingdom fireworks and will be devastated if projections take over the show.

  • Can’t wait to buy the soundtrack!

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