Bridge Over Troubled Water: Which line is sung by which Artist for Grenfell? All the singers on Simon Cowell's single

They covered Simon & Garfunkel’s ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’

Jack Shepherd
Wednesday 21 June 2017 10:01
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Less than a week after the Grenfell Tower fire, dozens of artists have come together to release a single, hoping to raise thousands for those affected by the tragedy.

Participants include Stormzy, Robbie Williams, Paloma Faith, Labrinth, Roger Daltrey, and Craig David, all of who sing their own line on the cover of Simon & Garfunkel’s ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’.

One person has broken down exactly who sings where on the track, which also fails to mention the many, many other contributors who didn’t get a solo moment.

Other artists to have performed on the track include The Libertines' Carl Barât, Queen’s Brian May, and Nile Rodgers. See the full list and listen to the track below.

All the artists performing on the Grenfell track

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Angel

Anne-Marie

Bastille

Brian May – Queen

Carl Barât – The Libertines

Craig David

Deno

Donae’o

Dua Lipa

Ella Eyre

Ella Henderson

Emeli Sandé

Fleur East

Gareth Malone & The Choir for Grenfell

Geri Halliwell

Gregory Porter

James Arthur

James Blunt

Jessie J

Jessie Ware

John Newman

Jon McClure – Reverend and the Makers

Jorja Smith

Kelly Jones – Stereophonics

Labrinth

Leona Lewis

Liam Payne

London Community Gospel Choir

Louis Tomlinson

Louisa Johnson

Matt Goss

Matt Terry

Mr Eazi

Nathan Sykes

Nile Rodgers

Omar

Paloma Faith

Pixie Lott

Ray BLK

RAYE

Rita Ora

Robbie Williams

Shakka

Shane Filan

Stormzy

The Who (Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend)

Tokio Myers

Tom Grennan

Tony Hadley

Tulisa

WSTRN

All money raised by the track — which was organised by Simon Cowell — will go towards The London Community Foundation, raising funds for the victims and survivors of the event. A website has also been set up where people can donate further.

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