Walt Disney Records was founded in 1956 as Disneyland Records and is responsible for recording and publishing some of the most iconic music—in and out of the movies, Parks, and television shows—you know and love. If you’ve ever had the “Tiki Tiki Tiki Tiki Tiki Room” stuck in your head, gotten goosebumps during the Force Awakens film score, or unleashed a powerful karaoke version of “Let It Go,” you know what it means to be affected by a Disney song … and have we got a treat for you.
To commemorate the 60th anniversary of Walt Disney Records, the label will be offering 60 albums—for sale on Amazon and iTunes. These records will be available throughout the month of May, and will include original motion picture and TV soundtracks, scores, and songs from some of your favorite Disney feature films, artists, and television shows over the years.
To shop the Walt Disney Records 60th anniversary sale, visit this iTunes link!
The party continues into the month of June with an exclusive series titled, “An Evening With” featuring intimate Q&A sessions and special performances with some of Disney’s musical greats, such as Alan Menken and Richard Sherman. These once-in-a-lifetime opportunities are not to be missed, so make sure to mark your calendars for June 1 at the Grammy Museum for the first installment.
How will you celebrate 60 years of Disney Records? Whether you’re into the idea of a High School Musical sing-a-long office party or just a quiet night by the fireplace with The Sherman Brothers, we hope you’ll participate a glorious 60 years of music and magic.