Others: SHINee Is Going To Perform In London!

SHINee will have their first performance at Abbey Road Studio in London, England, and will be the first Asian artists to hold a live stage there. The group will be commemorating their Japanese debut in London and the event will be relayed to the world through their official Facebook.

The event, titled “JAPAN DEBUT PREMIUM RECEPTION in LONDON,” will take place on June 19th and will perform the Japanese version of “Replay.” The stage is expected to be available for viewing on SMTOWN’s Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/smtown), which has drawn attention.

Other famous artists that have performed at Abbey Road Studio includes the Beatles, Stevie Wonder, Bryan Adams, Cold Play, and world class musicians such as Robbie Williams.

According to the SMTOWN Facebook page, they will update fans with before and after concert photos of SHINee during their time in London. In addition, they write, “SHINee will perform their debut song ‘Replay –君は僕のeverything’ at ‘JAPAN DEBUT PREMIUM RECEPTION in LONDON at Abbey Road Studios’ which will be held on June 19th and the performance will be relayed for the first time as solo concert by FACEBOOK SMTOWN.”

SMTOWN Live in Paris was also relayed last weekend with the SMTOWN Facebook staff updating fans with before and after photos of the artists and uploading performances during the concert for both concert dates.

SHINee’s debut Japanese single “Replay ~my everything~” is set to be released on June 22nd.

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