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The Who, Brian May on UK Charity Single

The attractive version of the Simon & Garfunkel classic has won praise from fans and the artists involved.Sales from the single, which is available to purchase on iTunes, will benefit those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire via the London Community Foundation. Within 48 hours of being released, the song has sold 170,360 copies, with just under 169,000 of those coming from downloads alone.The song also features residents and survivors of the tower block disaster.Following the initial announcement of the project, on their Facebook page the Who said, “Our thoughts and prayers are with those who suffered in the disastrous fire which swept through Grenfell Tower in West London”.Louis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber have been unseated from the top spot after six weeks by the charity record.The money raised from the single’s sales and donations will support the You can also donate to the victims here.The actress was left visibly upset after a small segment of Bridge over Troubled Water was played on the ITV show.And another added: “Driving to work, and “Bridge over troubled water” Charity single comes on the radio.wow”.Rock duo Royal Blood, who will perform on Friday on the mainPyramid stage at Glastonbury festival, have claimed the top position on the album charts with How Did We Get So Dark, their sophomore effort.Other new entries to the top five are Nickelback’s Feed The Machine at three and Lorde’s Melodrama at five.