FILMED at the famous London studios, Live from Abbey Road returns for a third run and, boy, have the show's producers arranged an aweinspiring line-up to kick off the new series.
What does LFAR stand for?
LFAR stands for Live From Abbey Road (documentary)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Saturday 4MUSIC: LIVE FROM ABBEY ROAD (channel 4, 12.
Then at 9, a newly reprised episode of Live From Abbey Road, the original music series filmed at London's legendary Abbey Road Studios, and at 10, loudQUIETloud, a documentary that follows seminal Indie rockers the Pixies on their 2004 reunion tour.
Filmed at the famous studios, Live from Abbey Road (Channel 4, tonight, 12.
CHANNEL 4's Live From Abbey Road is one of the most successful TV rock shows for years.
WIth Dermot O'Leary CHANNEL 4 Live from Abbey Road (12.
There have been comparisons with Norah Jones and Diana Krall, and she was recently invited by Herbie Hancock to sing Joni Mitchell's song Edith And The Kingpin for the Live From Abbey Road TV series.
The sessions will feature four days of exclusive performances and recording sessions from some of yesterday's and today's hottest stars, live from Abbey Road Studio 2.