Who doesn’t love a party?
Disney fans definitely know how to keep a party going, especially over 30 years! The Party, a pop band that originated in the ‘90s composed of former Mouseketeers from the “All New” Mickey Mouse Club TV Series, reignited their fans with a spectacular reunion concert last month. Performing at the Disney Springs House of Blues in Orlando, four of the five original band members – Albert Fields, Chasen Hampton, Deedee Magno Hall, and Damon Pampolina – revived their popular songs from their past four albums. The group also performed some of their new songs, including their newly released single, “Party People”, a fun dance track with EDM elements that kept the energy high throughout the night.
The Party first surfaced in 1990, birthed by the Disney Channel, and was the first band signed to Hollywood Records, the Disney record label. Since then, the band has released four albums and worked with producers such as Dr. Dre, Pharrell Williams, Stephen Bray, Teddy Riley, Andre Cymone and Delicious Vinyl.
In celebration of The Party’s 30th anniversary, Hollywood Records released The Party’s entire catalogue on all digital platforms. Two of the albums released recently hit the Top 10 on the iTunes Pop chart.
Fellow Mouseketeer and The Voice finalist Tony Lucca was the special guest at The Party’s reunion concert that set off the historic night by performing a set of his original music. He was also joined by vocalist Jennifer McGill for an astonishing duet.
Fans also had the opportunity to meet and take photos with The Party members. Chasen Hampton said about the experience, “Seeing our fans again was like a lightning bolt to our souls. Seeing their faces light up again and singing every word after all these years was the medicine I didn’t know I needed.”
Hampton added, “Hearing the stories of what our music has done for them or helped them through is so special and powerful. We are so honored to have been their musical companion over the years and bring people together again. That’s really why we do what we do.”
The Reunion Concert did more than just bring good memories back to MMC fans. The event, which was presented by M12, Always in the Club and International Arts & Philanthropy Foundation, also helped raise money and awareness for the nonprofits Give Kids The World Village and Cast Member Pantry.
Crank up The Party with their new single, “Party People”:
Want to join The Party? Visit: ThePartyReunion.com