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Susan Boyle Backing Tracks: Cry Me A River … End Of The World … Hallelujah … I Dreamed A Dream … I Know Him So Well …

Backing Tracks

AMAZING GRACE - SUSAN BOYLE
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Amazing Grace

CRY ME A RIVER - JULIE LONDON
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Cry Me A River

DAYDREAM BELIEVER - SUSAN BOYLE
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Daydream Believer

DON'T DREAM IT'S OVER - SUSAN BOYLE
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Don’t Dream It’s Over

End Of The World - Skeeter Davis
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End Of The World

HALLELUJAH - SUSAN BOYLE
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Hallelujah

HOW GREAT THOU ART - SUSAN BOYLE
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How Great Thou Art

I DREAMED A DREAM - LES MISERABLES
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I Dreamed A Dream

I KNOW HIM SO WELL - SUSAN BOYLE
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I Know Him So Well

MEMORY - CATS
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Memory

SCARLET RIBBONS - SUSAN BOYLE
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 Scarlet Ribbons

UP THE MOUNTAIN - SUSAN BOYLE
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Up The Mountain

WHO WAS I BORN TO BE - SUSAN BOYLE
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Who Was I Born To Be

WILD HORSES - SUSAN BOYLE ELAINE PAIGE
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Wild Horses

YOU'LL SEE - SUSAN BOYLE
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You’ll See

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Susan Magdalane Boyle (born 1 April 1961) is a Scottish singer who came to international attention when she appeared as a contestant on the TV programme Britain’s Got Talent on 11 April 2009, singing “I Dreamed a Dream” from Les Misérables.

Boyle’s initial appearance on the talent show fired public imagination when her modest stage introduction left audience, viewers and judges alike unprepared for the power and expression of her mezzo-soprano voice. Before she had finished the song’s opening phrase, a standing ovation for Boyle had erupted. She received an international media and Internet response. Within nine days of the audition, videos of Boyle—from the show, various interviews and her 1999 rendition of “Cry Me a River”—had been watched over 100 million times.  She eventually finished in second place on the show behind dance troupe Diversity.

Boyle’s debut album, I Dreamed a Dream (2009), became the UK’s best-selling debut album of all time, beating the previous record held by Spirit by Leona Lewis. I Dreamed a Dream set a record for biggest first week sales by a debut album, according to the Official Chart Company in the United Kingdom. Topping the Billboard 200 for six weeks, it was the second best-selling album of 2009 in the US.

  The success was continued with her second album, The Gift (2010), where she became only the third act ever to top both the UK and US album charts twice in the same year, and was followed by Boyle’s third album, Someone to Watch Over Me, released on 31 October 2011.  Boyle subsequently released her fourth album Standing Ovation: The Greatest Songs from the Stage  in 2012, her fifth album Home for Christmas  in 2013,  and her sixth album Hope in 2014. 

On 12 May 2012, Boyle returned to Britain’s Got Talent to perform as a guest in the final, singing “You’ll See”.  The following day, she performed at Windsor Castle for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Pageant singing “Mull of Kintyre”.  Having performed “I Know Him So Well” in a duet with one of her idols Elaine Paige in London in December 2009, Boyle performed with her other musical idol Donny Osmond in Las Vegas in November 2012, singing “This is the Moment”.

Boyle played her first Susan Boyle in Concert solo tour in July 2013 with 7 concert dates in Scotland.  Boyle’s net worth was estimated at £22 million in April 2012. She is known for supporting various charitable causes, and has appeared on the UK charity telethons BBC Children in Need and Comic Relief. As of 2013, she had sold over 19 million albums worldwide and received two Grammy Awards nominations.  On 21 July 2014, Boyle carried the Queen’s Baton for the 2014 Commonwealth Games which would be held in Glasgow. She picked up the baton at Yorkhill Royal Hospital for Sick Children and then took it to show to children in one of the wards.  On 23 July, Boyle performed “Mull of Kintyre” at the Opening Ceremony of the 2014 Commonwealth Games in front of the Queen.