Fly To The Sky, KCM Comeback On ‘Music Bank’

February 13, 2009 at 3:39 am | Posted in Music, Television | 2 Comments
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Fly To The Sky and KCM will feature their comeback stages on KBS ‘Music Bank’ due to broadcast on the 13th along with a surprise performance by group T-Max.

Following the sweet melody of, ‘Go Away’ featuring their signature sound, Fly To The Sky is their title track, ‘Possessiveness.’ Singer Jung Yup of Brown Eyed Soul receives the recognition for not only composing the lyrics to ‘Go Away’ among other tracks but also for participating as part of the chorus.

And, expressing the experience of love in his new album, ‘Espresso,’ singer KCM presents his title track, ‘Far Away.’ Furthermore, group T-MAX will reveal their song ‘Paradise’ from the ‘Boys Over Flowers’ OST in today’s ‘Music Bank.’ However, member Kim Joon who has been receiving much attention from fans due to his role as Song Woo Bin isn’t able to join them on stage.

Other artists include Girl’s Generation, Seung Ri, SS501, Jewlery-S, Lee Suk Hoon, Tae Goon, Jessica H.O, 2AM, Brand New Day, Tae.1, L.E.O Featuring Kim Hyung Joon of SS501, Blue Spring, U-Kiss and Wink among others.

Source: Break News
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  1. Too bad Kim Joon won’t be able to join T-Max’s performance on Music Bank. It would have been great if he performs. Maybe they’re currently shooting for an episode of Boys Over Flowers this day that’s why he won’t be able to join?

  2. ^ yes sadly enough, Kim Joon’s representatives said that he isn’t able to join because of his hectic schedule.

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