Celebrities at Abbey Road Studios for '12 Hours To Please Me'
Kelly Jones of 'Stereophonics' and radio DJ Chris Evans seen busking outside Abbey Road Studios. The pair sang ''I Saw Her Standing There'', a song made famous by 'The Beatles'
On Monday 11th February 1963 the Beatles’ debut album was recorded in just one day. On the 50th anniversary of that 12-hour session at Abbey Road, leading artists are attempting the same feat, in the same timescale, in the same studio.
Acclaimed guitarist Graham Coxon, Glenn Tilbrook and Chris Difford from Squeeze and Manchester’s I Am Kloot join soul sensation Joss Stone, The Stereophonics, Gabrielle Aplin and Mick Hucknall for the event.
The results are being broadcast live in exact recording order and timing, as Abbey Road links up with Western House throughout the day on Radio 2, on Monday 11th February 2013. The event will then be broadcast on BBC Four at the end of that week in an hour long special.