Army of Two - Olly Murs Free Piano Sheet Music
Army of Two description
"Army of Two" is a song by English recording artist Olly Murs, from his third studio album Right Place Right Time (2012). The song was released as the second single from the album on 10 March 2013. "Army of Two" is the opening track on Right Place Right Time, and in its original form on the album is almost five minutes in length. The radio mix of the single is about a minute shorter, with a more condensed sounding ending than the album version. Murs wrote the song as a tribute to his fans, who he affectionately refers to as the 'Murs Army' (hence the title of the song). Show Army of Two piano sheet
Olly Murs description
Oliver Stanley "Olly" Murs is an English singer-songwriter, musician and television presenter. Murs rose to fame after finishing as the runner-up in the sixth series of The X Factor in 2009. He is currently signed to Epic Records in the United Kingdom, Columbia Records in the United States, and Syco Music.
In late August 2010, Murs released his debut single "Please Don't Let Me Go", which debuted at number one on the UK Singles Charts, becoming Murs' second number one single after releasing "You Are Not Alone" with the other series 6 finalists. "Please Don't Let Me Go" received a Silver certification by the BPI. He released his second single from his debut album "Thinking of Me" which charted at number four on the UK Singles Charts, however the single also got a Silver certification by the BPI. "Heart Skips a Beat" was released and... More piano sheets by Olly Murs
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