Jools is joined by Vampire Weekend, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Seasick Steve, Dido and, making his TV debut, solo singer Jacob Banks. Plus, Eric Burdon talks about his career.
Jools is joined by New York trio Yeah Yeah Yeahs, performing tracks from their fourth album 'Mosquito' including their current epic single, 'Sacrilege'. Also from New York, Vampire Weekend will be performing tracks from their upcoming third studio album 'Modern Vampires of the City'.
Blues man Seasick Steve also appears on the show, joined by the likes of Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones on tracks from his upcoming album on Fiction Records 'Hubcap Music'. From Birmingham, a brand new solo singer, Jacob Banks makes his TV debut and from London, one of the UK's most successful singer songwriters, Dido, plays a couple of songs from her recent fourth album 'Girl Who Got Away'.
In addition to these live acts, the former lead singer of The Animals, Eric Burdon, chats to Jools about his life, career and new album.