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The Music of Disney’s D23 Expo: Videos!

D23 ExpoIf you didn’t go to Disney’s D23 Expo, you missed a lot of incredible musical performances. Truth be told, I did go, and I still missed most of these. There was a lot going on!

The performances were by a mix of Disney stars and Disney Legends. The music featured original material, songs deep from the archives of the Disney library, and some that have just been added. Basically, there was something for everyone, and you can’t go wrong with that.

Okay, this post is video heavy ,so I’ll just get out of the way and let you enjoy the show(s)!

You might want to grab some popcorn.

We’ll start with a song from Disney’s next animated film, Frozen, which opens November 27, 2013. Here is Idina Menzel singing “Let It Go” from Frozen:


Raini Rodriguez from Disney Channel’s Austin & Ally performed to a happy crowd.

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Fifth Harmony sang their hit song “Miss Movin’ On” to a thrilled crowd:

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Good Luck, Charlie‘s Bridgit Mendler wowed her fans:

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Ross Lynch (Austin & Ally, Teen Beach Movie) and his four siblings all have names that start with the letter “R.” They also have a band. Here is R5:

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B.J. Novak and Jason Schwartzman play the Sherman brothers in the upcoming film Saving Mr. Banks, so imagine the excitement when Richard Sherman joined them on stage to sing “Let’s Go Fly a Kite!”

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Speaking of Richard Sherman, he and fellow Disney Legend Alan Menken shared the stage to go through their respective Disney hits. These videos are long, but well worth it!

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Awesome, right? Which performance would you like have seen?


Whit HoneaRead more from Whit Honea at his site Honea Express. You can follow Whit on the Twitter, Instagram, or Pinterest (his opinions are his own and do not reflect those of Babble or most rational people).

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