London Live

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Not to be confused with London Live (TV channel).

London Live (formerly known in the UK by its original title The Album Chart Show) is the longest running live television programme shown on Channel 4 and 4 Music that showcases the biggest and best album releases from the UK Top 100 Album Chart. It also gives up-and-coming talent a chance to make their mark in front of an audience by performing live. The show is produced by 3DD Productions and filmed in London’s leading music venues including KOKO club in Camden, London and Under The Bridge in Chelsea. The series is shot in HD and combines live performances from some of the world’s leading music artists with exclusive interviews.

The show began as The Album Chart Show on 4 March 2006 and has been fronted by presenters Joe Mace, Sara Cox and Nick Grimshaw who joined at series four.

Production television facilities for the programme have been provided by OB and One Box solutions using high-definition units; Lighting services are provided by television lighting specialists.

Previous sponsors of this series have included include Sony Bravia, Rimmel, Shockwaves and Tesco Entertainment.

Series nine returned in January 2013.

The show is carried by MTV Networks in the UK and Internationally as Live Vibrations .

In the United States, the program airs as London Live and airs on MTV Palladia.

Artists who have performed on The Album Chart Show / London Live[edit]

Series one (2006)
Series two (2007)
Series three (2008)
Series four (2008)
Series five (2009)
Series six (2010)
Series seven (2011)
Series eight (2012)
Series nine (2013)

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