Joining Jools in the studio are Seattle's Fleet Foxes, Canadian chanteuse k d lang, actor-tuned-blues-singer Hugh Laurie, LA band Vintage Trouble and east London's Maverick Sabre.
Jools is joined by Seattle's Fleet Foxes, who play tracks from their second album Helplessness Blues. k d lang is in the studio to perform tunes from her new collection Sing It Loud.
Taking a break from acting to pursue a singing career with his blues album Let Them Talk - which features guests such as Dr John and Tom Jones - is Hugh Laurie, and from LA, performing their brand of livewired, straight-shootin', dirty-mouth'd pelvis-pushin' juke music, the band Vintage Trouble.
Making his television debut is east London's Maverick Sabre, performing pop tunes in a hip-hop and reggae style. Completing the line up is Brighton's Derek Meins, aka The Agitator, taking the protest song into the 21st century with a mix of political words and energetic drumming.
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
|Director||Janet Fraser Crook|
|Series Producer||Alison Howe|