When it comes to songs that are created for the Disney Parks, Disney fans cherish each note with all their heart as the music has the ability to instantly create and pull in magic, no matter where you are.
Whether you are listening to the music from your favorite Disney parade like Paint the Night, or throwing it back to the Wishes soundtrack from the old Magic Kingdom firework show, each song has one thing in common, and that is that magic of Disney. The music is inherently different than anything you would hear on the radio or in a musical, and it is as if Disney Park music has carved its own little niche genre in the music category.
One song that had and still has the ability to move Guests to tears is “Happily Ever After”. “Happily Ever After” accompanies the nighttime fireworks show at Magic Kingdom, which Disney Enchantment has just taken over. The show ran for a few short years beginning in 2017 and lost a year during its run due to the pandemic putting a halt to the fireworks. The song performed by Jordan Fisher & Angie Keilhauer is deeply beloved and has caused deep sorrow for many who are saddened that they can no longer hear the music while in Magic Kingdom.
Well, Happily Ever After may be over, by Jordan Fisher has not given up when it comes to creating the next big Disney song that will have us all wanting to put on some Mickey ears and look at the castle. As we have discussed, Disney Cruise Line’s “Magic Meets the Sea” float will soon debut in the 95th Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, and now, a special song will accompany it. As noted by Disney Park Blog:
Disney Channel and Broadway star, Jordan Fisher, will be stepping on board our “ship” to delight viewers with an incredible performance of an original Disney Cruise Line song titled, “Together We Set Sail.”
This performance will be a celebration of togetherness and belonging because “no matter who you are or where you’re from” everyone is welcome on board the Disney Cruise Line fleet.
In addition to your favorite Disney pals, including Captain Minnie Mouse, Aladdin and Jasmine, Princess Tiana, Goofy and more, our imaginatively designed float will feature enchanting surprises and an amazing group of performers who represent the diverse crew members that bring magic to life at sea.
It seems that this new song will be the first Disney Cruise Line-specific song, which will give DCL Guests the same feeling that Disney Park Guests get when they see a cavalcade, parade, or show pass by. Fisher has become a staple in the Disney community, and it is no surprise to hear that he has returned to make more magical music that will surely have us weeping and inspired in no time.
Remember the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on NBC-TV on November 25 from 9 a.m. to noon in all time zones.
Are you excited to see Jordan Fisher return to make Disney music?