Eurovision 2014

Video : Agnetha Faltskog and Gary Barlow Perform at Children In Need

Agnetha Fältskog and Gary Barlow at "Children In Need Rocks" Concert. Photograph courtesy of BBC.

Agnetha Fältskog and Gary Barlow at “Children In Need Rocks” Concert. Photograph courtesy of BBC.

This week is “Children In Need” in the UK. Some of the biggest names in the music industry have taken to the stage for the first of two “Children In Need Rocks concerts”.

Gary Barlow each year asks artists to perform for the UK-based charity that helps children across the world. This year Barlow and Abba singer Agnetha Faltskog took to the stage to sing Agnetha’s new single “I Should Have Followed You Home”.

This is Agnetha’s first live performance in 25 years and even had the BBC’s own website speculating that ABBA will have some form of celebration this year to mark their 40th Anniversary of winning the Eurovision Song Contest.

Other acts that took part in the concert were Little Mix, Dizzee Rascal, Barry Manilow, Nicole Scherzinger, Kings of Leon and Robbie Williams. The concert took place at London’s Hammersmith Apollo.

You can see a clip of the concert, including some of Agnetha’s and Gary’s performance here. 

Agentha ran a competition across her Social Media Channels to ask her fans which remix of “I Should Have Followed you Home” they liked the best – and the winner was this the “I Should Have Followed You Home – 7th Heaven Club Mix”, that you will be able to buy as of next week. Here though is a clip of it on soundcloud

Author/Website co-founder and Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall

Source : BBC and Eurovision Ireland

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