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Later... with Jools Holland

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  • Next episode S50E4 airs 2017-05-05
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  • Last episode S50E3 aired 2017-04-28
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aired 2017-04-28 (8 hours ago)
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Season: 50 | Episode: 3
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airs 2017-05-05 (in 6 days )
Blondie, Future Islands, Mabel, Orchestra Baobab, London Grammar
Season: 50 | Episode: 4

Joining Jools on the fourth show of the series are New York legends Blondie, Future Islands, Mabel, Orchestra Baobab and London Grammar.

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A contemporary music programme shown on British television since 1992.
Five or six bands perform a varied selection of popular, world, folk or jazz music styles in front of a small, appreciative live audience.
Plenty of music, some chat, a little humour and possibly some accompaniment from the host, pianist Jools Holland.

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Started: Oct/08/1992
Usually airs on: Friday

Type: Variety
Genres: Music
Country: GB GB
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    12:00- 13:00
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    6 months ago
    11:00- 12:00
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  • s49e06
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    6 months ago
    22:05- 23:05

    Joining Jools on the sixth show of the series is St Andrews-raised singer-songwriter KT Tunstall, who plays a couple of songs from her recent album Kin, a major return to form with rousing melodies and a new positive spirit.

    From Birmingham, Alabama, the retro-soul stylings of the Stax-influenced St Paul & The Broken Bones, led by the extraordinary vocals of Paul Janeway, with songs from their second album Sea of Noise.

    London electro-pop four piece Teleman make their debut on the show with a couple of tunes from their much acclaimed LP Brilliant Sanity.

    Also making her debut on the show is Canadian-born singer-songwriter Haley Bonar, who makes piercing, contemplative songs with pop sensibilities. Her latest album Impossible Dream looks at the ways we learn to live within our own skin and try to look back with as little regret as possible.

    Making their debut on the show a mere 57 years after they launched - step forward and shimmy 5-piece vocal harmony legends The Temptations, who are lead by original member Otis Williams. Williams's Temps will reprise a couple of their classic hits around Jools's piano.

    The Temps are on the eve of a major British tour with fellow Motown legends The Four Tops, who first came together in 1953! The last original member and current leader of The Four Tops Duke Fakir chats to Jools about the quartet's glory years.

    Making their TV debut is Let's Eat Grandma, an experimental pop outfit from Norwich consisting of best friends Jenny Hollingworth and Rosa Walton. Singers and multi-instrumentalists, the two teenagers have been making music together since they were thirteen and their music possesses a childlike, eerie, almost unsettling quality, and their debut album I, Gemini has been described as 'a freaky and surreal debut'.

  • s49e05
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    6 months ago
    22:05- 23:05

    Jools Holland presents hot, legendary and relatively unknown artists in performance. Joining Jools are The Pretenders, led by the inimitable Chrissie Hynde. They play tracks from their upcoming ninth studio album Alone, their first since 2008. Joining them will be the record's producer, Dan 'The Black Keys' Auerbach. Two black British artists are making their TV debuts on the show tonight. Londoner Samm Henshaw is shaping up to be a new star of British rock and soul. South London unsigned singer and rapper Ray BLK has grown out of the British grime scene and has been getting a lot of attention for her soulful and honest R&B tracks. Also making their debut on the show are Empire of the Sun, the collaboration between Luke Steele, of alternative rock act The Sleepy Jackson, and Nick Littlemore, of electronic dance outfit Pnau. They showcase a couple of tracks from their much anticipated third album Two Vines. And chatting to Jools is Paul Rodgers, original member of Free and Bad Company.

  • s49e04
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    7 months ago
    22:05- 23:05

    Jools Holland presents hot, legendary and relatively unknown artists in performance. Joining Jools are Glasgow rock band Twin Atlantic, who are making their Later... debut following their recently released fourth album GLA. Irish singer-songwriter James Vincent McMorrow has reinvented himself for his third album We Move, which finds him baring his soul and his unique falsetto in the fractured R&B and trip hop territory of the likes of The Weeknd. Nu skool old school southern rock comes from Georgia's Blackberry Smoke, who are about to release their fifth album Like An Arrow. French-American chanteuse Madeleine Peyroux returns to the show with songs from her new album of standards and covers Secular Hymns, which finds her working in a live trio with guitarist Jon Herington and bassist Barak Mori. Returning to the show as a solo artist is Tom Chaplin, known for being the frontman of the hugely successful British band Keane. Chaplin is on the cusp of releasing his debut album The Wave.

  • s49e03
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    7 months ago
    22:00- 23:00

    Jools Holland presents hot, legendary and relatively unknown artists in performance. Joining Jools on the third show of the series and making his Later... debut is Bee Gee Barry Gibb, who will be performing a track or two from his upcoming second solo album In the Now, which he co-wrote with his sons Stephen and Ashley. Barry and his band will also treat us to one or two Bee Gees classics. Returning to the show is Norah Jones, who is on the cusp of releasing her sixth solo album Day Breaks, which finds her returning to the piano and her roots. Slaves made their debut on the show back in 2014 and return to rip through a couple of numbers from their second studio album Take Control, which was produced by former Beastie Boy Michael 'Mike D' Diamond. Singer-songwriter Declan McKenna performs a couple of tracks from his soon-to-come debut album, which is he working on with producer James Ford. Performing solo, Lisa Hannigan has just released her third album At Swim.

  • s49e02
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    7 months ago
    22:05- 23:05

    Jools Holland presents hot, legendary and relatively unknown artists in performance. Jools invites another eclectic mix of music into his quadrangle of quality, including national treasures Madness, who are about to release their 12th studio album Can't Touch Us Now. Squaring up to Camden's nutty boys is a son of Wimbledon - Jamie Alexander Treays, better known as Jamie T, with Trick, his second album in two years. Calming things down is singer-songwriter Beth Orton, who has dramatically reinvented the folktronica of her earliest work with the electronica of sixth album Kidsticks. Introducing the commanding falsetto of new US R&B leading man Gallant. Christopher Gallant's debut album Ology blends slow beats with some alt-rock influences. Also introducing Rag'n'Bone Man, a big bruiser of a man from Uckfield near Brighton, with his debut single, the tender Human, a piano ballad which manages to be both vulnerable and threatening at the same time.

  • s49e01
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    7 months ago
    22:05- 23:05

    Later...with Jools Holland returns for its 49th series with the sort of exclusives that makes it the key taste-making destination in music television.

    Nashville's Kings of Leon return to Jools' theatre of dreams with their first album in three years, Walls, which finds them re-energised and returning to the anthemic sound and classic songwriting of their best work, thanks in part to producer Markus Dravs.

    Jack White has appeared on the show with the White Stripes, The Raconteurs, Dead Weather, and recently toured and fronted not one but two bands of different genders, but now he makes his solo acoustic debut, re-interpreting songs from his back catalogue - many of which are previously unreleased, ahead of a whole album collecting acoustic work from 1988-2016.

    Multi-Grammy award winning Sting has sold over 100 million albums and has been touring the past two years with both Paul Simon and Peter Gabriel, but he's also found time to make his first straight-ahead rock 'n' roll album in many a year. 57th & 9th refers to the street he crossed on his way to the New York studio where he recorded this thirteenth solo work, showcasing Sting at his canniest and most direct as displayed in new single, I Can't Stop Thinking About You, which echoes his work with The Police.

    Stir into that, the dark R 'n' B of LA's Banks, who's about to release her second album The Altar, and Antibes-grown LA based Frenchman Anthony Gonzalez's band M83 with the delightful 80s inflected disco dream pop of seventh studio album Junk and you've got the kind of mix that only Jools can provide, all quality, no filler.

  • s48e08
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    11 months ago
    22:35- 23:35
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  • s48e07
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    11 months ago
    21:00- 22:00

    Joining Jools in the last studio session of the series are Kevin Parker's Tame Impala, who won Best International Group at this year's Brit Awards for 2015 album Currents. Biffy Clyro return with tunes from their seventh album Ellipsis, which has all the melody, power and musical complexity that we've come to expect from the Scottish trio. Singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka previews the big soul sound of his second album Love and Hate. And introducing the punk-jazz of Brooklyn-based trio Moon Hooch, who peddle horns, drums and party in their unique and noisy blend of what they like to call cave music. James Blake returns to the show fresh from collaborating with Beyonce on her Lemonade album with songs from his album The Colour of Anything. And introducing singer-songwriter Lera Lynn, whose latest album Resistor is a noirish blend of late-night atmospherics, tough rock n roll and sparse poetry.

  • s48e06
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    11 months ago
    21:00- 22:00

    The Last Shadow Puppets perform tracks from their chart-topping album Everything You've Come to Expect. Bonnie Raitt returns to the show to run through some of the songs from her recently released twentieth album Dig in Deep, which features a healthy dose of the signature slide work from the woman Rolling Stone named one of the 100 greatest guitarists of all time. Malian kora player Ballake Sissoko and French cellist Vincent Segal have pulled two seemingly incompatible instruments together to great effect on their second album together. NAO makes her TV debut with her neo-soul, electro and R&B sound that has already seen her nominated for a MOBO award. Another act making their debut on the show are Dinosaur Jr. They earned themselves a reputation as one of the formative influences on US alt-rock in the 80s and early 90s. Completing the line-up is Zucchero, credited as the 'father of the Italian blues'.

  • s48e05
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    11 months ago
    21:00- 22:00

    Joining Jools on the fifth show of this run is ultimate frontman Iggy Pop, who makes his live debut on the show with tracks from his recent and 17th studio album Post Pop Depression. Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme and Dean Fertita and Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders join Iggy. French rock 'n' roll chanteuse Lou Doillon is in the studio with her band to perform a couple of numbers from her second album Lay Low. Also on the show is Jamaican reggae revival/hip-hop star Protoje. He and his eight-piece band run through tracks from his current album Ancient Future. Graham Nash launches his sixth solo album This Path Tonight, his first in 14 years, which is produced by Shane Fontayne - who joins Graham in an acoustic duo for this performance. Finishing the line-up are indie pop band Blossoms and Tennessee-based Margo Price.

  • s48e04
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    12 months ago
    22:35- 23:35

    Joining Jools is Captain Rock, Richard Ashcroft, Sir Elton John, Corinne Bailey Rae, Kronos Quartet, Bloc Party, Shakey Graves

  • s48e03
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    12 months ago
    21:00- 22:00

    Joining Jools on the third show of this current run and making their debut on the show is the British electronic group Underworld, who recently returned with their first studio album in six years entitled Barbara Barbara, We Face A Shining Future.

    Karl Hyde and Rick Smith will perform a couple of tracks from the album along with their classic 1996 anthem ‘Born Slippy.NUXX'.

    Also on the show and making their debut are Denver-based folk pop trio The Lumineers, whose irresistible anthem Ho Hey became one of the tunes of 2012. They now return with their follow up, Cleopatra, which is the result of three years of non-stop touring, six months of secluded writing in a small house in Denver, and two months of recording in the rural isolation of Woodstock.

    British post-punk band led by French-born Jehnny Beth, Savages return to the show following their debut back in 2012, with tracks from their recent album Adore Life, the follow-up to their Mercury nominated debut Silence Yourself.

    Making his TV debut is London-based producer and singer Rationale, whose rich baritone voice combined with his slick, synth-led soulful songs have been garnering him attention since he started mysteriously posting them online last year.

    Chatting to Jools at the piano is US singer Ronnie Spector, known for being lead singer of the iconic 60s R&B/pop girl group The Ronettes, who has recorded an album as a love letter to 60s Britain, covering songs by the likes of The Kinks, The Animals and many others.

  • s48e02
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    12 months ago
    21:00- 22:00

    US jazz singer songwriter Gregory Porter, who following his debut on the show back in 2011 has gone on to achieve critical and commercial success with his Liquid Spirit LP going Top 10 in the UK, which also won him a Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal. He returns to the show to perform tracks from his follow-up Take Me To The Alley.

    Back in September 2015 in a recording studio in London, Mumford & Sons joined up with acclaimed Senegalese musician Baaba Maal and London/Malawi duo The Very Best to record together for a South African release. They followed it up earlier this year with six shows together across South Africa and they will all be reuniting in Maidstone to perform on the show.

    Making her UK TV debut is Nantes-born Héloïse Letissier, aka Christine and The Queens. Moving to London after finishing her studies in 2010, Letissier found herself drawn to the performing arts underworld of Soho, where she met the drag queens of Madame JoJo's, who inadvertently helped birth her musical project. She has grown to become a huge mainstream star in her native France, and is known for her energetic and visually arresting live shows, which see her interact with four male dancers and a shadowy four-piece band. She - and they - will be showing off her dance-art-pop sound and style on the show.

    From Sunderland and making their Later… debut are Field Music, who are essentially brothers David and Peter Brewis. Over their 11-year history, they have released six albums, and were nominated for the Mercury Prize in 2012. They will be playing a couple of tracks from their most recent LP, Commontime, which saw them crack the UK Top 40 for the first time, along with garnering a raft of glowing reviews.

  • s48e01
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    1 year ago
    21:00- 22:00

    Joining Jools on the first show of a brand new series is Birmingham-born Laura Mvula, who returns to the show following her debut in 2013 with tracks from her upcoming second album, The Dreaming Room, which builds on the rich sound of her big-selling debut Sing To The Moon and sees her working with the likes of Nile Rodgers and Miles Davis collaborator John Scofield.

    Jools also welcomes legendary singer-songwriter Paul Simon for a rare solo appearance as he launches his latest solo album, Stranger To Stranger, on the eve of a major American tour. He'll be performing a new song and a classic.

    From East London, acclaimed British grime MC, KANO first appeared on the show back in 2007 and he returns to the Later… studio to run through tracks from his recent Top 10 album ‘Made In The Manor', his first album in six years and his fifth long player to date which has been described as 'as much a love letter to his East End roots as it is a forensic portrayal of inner city England today, with just the merest hint of dark prophecy about what trouble may lie round the corner...'

    Making his debut on the show is Nashville singer songwriter and guitarist Jason Isbell. A former member of alt-country band Drive By Truckers, who has been having great success since going solo in 2007 and he will be performing a couple of tracks from his recent fifth album ‘Something More Than Free', which not only went Top 20 in the UK, but saw mainstream success in the US going Top five as well as winning two Grammy awards.

    Returning to the Later... with Jools studio is Florida-raised soul singer extraordinaire Charles Bradley, whose star has been on the rise since his debut album was released back in 2011 when he was in his late 60s He and his band will be playing numbers from his third album, Changes, which sees ‘The Screaming Eagle of Soul' take on Black Sabbath's 1972 classic track and transform it into a bruised, beaten-down anthem for the broken-hearted.

    Completing the line-up are Boston's harmony-driven and hard-gigging Lake Street Dive who will be making their UK TV debut. Lead by vocalist Rachael Price, their new album Side Pony, develops their swing-jazz take on the 60s of Motown and The Beatles.