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D23 Expo 2017: Disney Music Emporium Returning With Album Signings and More

Disney Music Emporium, a pop-up store that sells collectable Disney music-related products, will be returning to the D23 Expo 2017. During the event, fans will be able to purchase new limited music releases from various Disney artists and composers.

Walt Disney Records The Legacy Collection Robin Hood, a two-disc set, will be released for the first time during the expo. Disc one of the collection includes songs and score from the film. Disc two includes unreleased demos and bonus tracks performed by Louis Prima. The CD collection contains liner notes, as well as a 20-page booklet featuring new artwork inspired by Robin Hood from Lorelay Bove, a visual development artist who’s worked on various Disney films including Tangled, Wreck-It Ralph, and more. Those that purchase the collection will receive a special lithograph featuring the back cover artwork, though there will only be a limited quantity available.

The Disney Music Emporium shop will also host a handful of album signings throughout the weekend of the expo including composer Michael Giacchino (Rogue One, Inside Out, Up), composer Tyler Bates (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and Vol. 1), Moana voice actress Auli’i Cravalho, Dove Cameron and Sofia Carson (Descendants 2), and Lorelay Love (Visual Development Artist at Walt Disney Animation Studios). Jordan Fisher and Temecula Road (Hollywood Records artists) will also have signings during the expo.

Fans wishing to partake in signings will have to wait in line, although guests that purchase specific music products at the Disney Music Emporium will be issued wristbands that will secure them a space for an album signing. Click here to see a list of the music-related items that will be sold at the Disney Music Emporium, and click here to see a list of album signings that will be held.

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Jesse DeRosa

Jesse has been an avid Disney Parks fan since he first visited Walt Disney World in 2007. Since then, he has overcome his fear of seafood, grown a beard, and gained 50 pounds, but his love for Disney remains unchanged.

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