Thursday, 12 January 2017
"Let's Go" Set To Air at the Pro Bowl and Super Bowl!
"Lets Go" continues to make its mark as a mainstay sports anthem as Chris Clemence joins the ranks of top anthem writers. Originally written with New York in mind, the uprising stadium banger has enjoyed continued success, and is now set to air at the Pro Bowl and Super Bowl LI. "Lets Go" has been a staple this season in the stadiums and arenas of the New York Giants, Jets, Rangers, and Knicks. Look out Gary Glitter, Clemence is well on his way to having his own "Rock & Roll Part 2".
The song really taps into the New York spirit, featuring the signature growl of New York Hardcore legend, Harley Flanagan of the Cro Mags, as well as Madison Square Garden's organist Ray Castoldi, who was recently featured in the New York Times for his organ playing with the Rangers and Knicks: www.nytimes.com .
Clemence and Flanagan were also recently featured for the new single in Rolling Stone Magazine. Clemence sees nothing but more success for "Lets Go" as the song gains more and more popularity and downloads skyrocket.
"The song has had a really great response, and it's exciting to watch it grow even bigger", said Clemence, "I can't wait to see what happens next."
"Lets Go" featuring Harley Flanagan by Chris Clemence is available for download on iTunes but Clemence says "For the full effect, you have to go hear it at a game"