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Now he could be going into a real studio to record it for our charity.

Rock & Soul machine are a Sheffield band, they sing at weddings, and they made their own version of his song.

It is expected to be released this summer with a short film shot on Ilkley Moor.

Welcome to Yorkshire chief executive Gary Verity said: “On Ilkla Moor Baht ‘At has long been considered Yorkshire’s national anthem and we just couldn’t resist giving it a modern twist.

You can listen to it again here: And we're searching for a German man that lives in Sheffield for Muriel.My vocal chords are renowned across the nation and I hope Yorkshire and the rest of the world will sit up and take notice of this valuable piece of Yorkshire heritage. “When you have pride in your roots, there’s nothing more fun and joyous than singing about it. “Like everything we do, the song is a chance to shout about what’s great about Yorkshire but it’s not just about Yorkshire traditions or nodding our caps to our cultural heritage, it’s also a chance to show off Yorkshire’s vibrant creative scene with a re-working of the song with ‘added swagger’.” Masterminding the transformation is Grammy award-winning producer Eliot Kennedy, who has worked with the likes of X factor stars Little Mix and JLS, as well as the Spice Girls and Gary Barlow.Proud Yorkshireman and Flash Gordon star Blessed, 75, said: “The version of the song is a larger than life take on a traditional classic and I am singing for Yorkshire, loud and proud.

You can listen to it again here: And we're searching for a German man that lives in Sheffield for Muriel.

My vocal chords are renowned across the nation and I hope Yorkshire and the rest of the world will sit up and take notice of this valuable piece of Yorkshire heritage.

“When you have pride in your roots, there’s nothing more fun and joyous than singing about it.

“Like everything we do, the song is a chance to shout about what’s great about Yorkshire but it’s not just about Yorkshire traditions or nodding our caps to our cultural heritage, it’s also a chance to show off Yorkshire’s vibrant creative scene with a re-working of the song with ‘added swagger’.” Masterminding the transformation is Grammy award-winning producer Eliot Kennedy, who has worked with the likes of X factor stars Little Mix and JLS, as well as the Spice Girls and Gary Barlow.

Proud Yorkshireman and Flash Gordon star Blessed, 75, said: “The version of the song is a larger than life take on a traditional classic and I am singing for Yorkshire, loud and proud.

There’s a signed presentation by The Spice Girls – he helped to produce and write hits in Sheffield for their first album, Spice, which sold 28 million copies, including their first number one single, Say You’ll Be There.