Annie Lennox leads all-star carol service at London’s Abbey Road Studios
Annie Lennox led the all star carol service at Abbey Road Studio
Joined by a line-up of international performers, including Alfie Boe, Imelda May and Laura Wright, Annie fronted the world’s first concert lit by Kindle Paperwhites.
With Kindlelight illuminating Abbey Road like never before, the stars took to the stage to perform a number of festive tunes.
The concert, hosted by Steve Jones, was opened by Laura Wright singing Hallelujah before the Eurythmics star wowed the room as she lead the choir in See Amid The Winter’s Snow and God Bless The Child.
The star performed See Amid The Winter’s Snow and God Bless The Child
The concert was the world’s first carol service lit by Kindlelight
“I had a fantastic time taking part in the Carols by Kindlelight concert at Abbey Road studios,” she said.
“It’s always such a special experience to perform there as the building is so resonant with British recording history, so I’m sure that the magic of the evening will be transported beautifully to a global audience.”
“Carols are both beautiful and powerful, and performed this way at Abbey Road will make them even more special,” said Alfie Boe, who sang Hark! The Herald Angels Sing.
Alfie Boe said the concert was a special experience
Laura Wright also performed at the service
Jorrit Van der Meulen, Vice President of Kindle Europe, added: “At Amazon we like to do things a little differently, and Carols by Kindlelight was one of the most unique concerts this Christmas.
“We’re delighted to have given customers the opportunity to enjoy the spirit of Christmas at London’s iconic Abbey Road Studios.
“For all our customers who couldn’t join us in London, we’re excited to make the concert available exclusively through Prime Instant Video. We hope Carols by Kindlelight will provide great festive viewing in the homes of families this Christmas.”
Amazon Prime Instant Video will release Abbey Road Carols by Kindlelight Concert at 7.00pm on 12 December for on demand enjoyment.