Wednesday, 4 February 2015

Jeff Lynne: Grammy Bow Confirmed + UK TV Schedule

Highlights of the 57th Grammy Awards are to be broadcast in the UK soon
#845: Hello ... Hello ... my old friends ... It's great to see you once again! At long last, Jeff Lynne has confirmed in an official Press Release that Jeff Lynne's ELO will indeed be performing with Ed Sheeran at the 57th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday 8th February - as revealed by Yours Truly KJS on Sunday 26th January and cited a day later within this ELOBF article.

  "The latest performers for the 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards® telecast have been announced and include (the) legendary Jeff Lynne's ELO (who are) set to perform with Ed Sheeran"

The show will be broadcast in the UK on Monday 9th February from 9PM until 11:30PM on 4Music (Sky 360/Freeview 18/Virgin Media 330). Highlights will follow on Channel 4 (Sky 104/Freeview 4,8/Virgin Media 104) from 11:35PM until 1:05AM and then an hour later on Channel 4+1 (Sky 135/Freeview 13/Virgin Media 143) from 12:35AM until 2:05AM on Tuesday 10th February.

Interestingly, Bernard Butler tweeted on Thursday 29th January that he was "All set for the Jeff Lynne session tomorrow" and Iain Hornal, a member of Jeff's new ELO touring incarnation, also let the proverbial cat out of the bag on Tuesday 3rd February via his Facebook page thus:
Bernard Butler's intriguing tweet
Iain Hornal's much excited Facebook post
ELO Beatles Forever (ELOBF) very much looks forward to viewing Jeff Lynne's ELO on TV again this coming weekend - via the ensuing worldwide media coverage. We wonder what songs we will see and hear and whether a new song will be squeezed into the set to whet our appetite for the new albums.

Until next "Time" in the ELO (and related) Universe ... KJS ... 04-Feb-2015

3 comments:

  1. I wouldn't miss this performance for the world, and will be watching with all my Heart and Soul!

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  2. hope to get my dvd copy from the Uk telly today , so I could watch it over here ....in Spain !!!

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