A Canberra-based singer/song writer Jack Biilmann has paid a musical tribute to the late Phillip Hughes, releasing a track called ‘Forever Unbeaten’, Press Trust of India reported.
The Australian opener died on 27th November 2014, aged 25, after he was hit by a bouncer from a fellow Australian bowler in domestic cricket match. Hughes played 26 test matches, 25 ODIs and a solitary T20I match for Australia before his life was cut short.
The track was written in honour of the cricketer to commemorate his life that was cut short on November 27.
Jack Biilmann said that he has paid his tribute in such a manner not because he is Phil’s close friend or family but as a pure cricket lover.
“I’ve written the song from the perspective of an Aussie cricket lover, not as a close friend or family,” said Biilmann.