One Voice is a 2016 classical music album by Welsh singer Aled Jones and produced by Classic FM. The album features classical and folk songs performed by Jones as a duet with recordings of himself that were made when he was 15 years old. Upon release the album went straight into number 1 on the British Classical Artist Albums Chart and reached number 3 on the UK Album Charts.
Aled Jones (born 29 December 1970) is a Welsh singer and television/radio personality, who first came to fame as a treble vocalist.
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Aled Jones has announced that his new album, One Voice: Believe, will be released on the Classic FM label on 3 November 2017. It's the final recording in the One Voice trilogy, featuring duets between Aled and his younger, boy treble, self. The first two albums in the series topped the UK Classical Album Charts. Get your copy from the Classic FM Store. Once again, the album is produced by Ian Tilley. As befitting to the finale in the series, the album features the life affirming Believe, written by Aled himself. Alongside this, also for the very first time, the Classic FM presenter is joined by his 12-year-old son Lucas, to duet on one of Aled’s favourites hymns, The Lord is My Shepherd, composed by Howard Goodall. Aled said: This is the final part of what has been an extraordinary journey.
Aled Jones, (born 29 December 1970, St David's Hospital, Bangor, Wales) is a Welsh singer, Christian and television personality who first came to fame as a boy soprano. He is the only child of Nest and Derek Jones, and was raised in a Welsh-speaking community in the small Anglesey village of Llandegfan. He is best known for singing "Walking in the Air", the song from Channel 4's animated film "The Snowman", based on the book by Raymond Briggs.