Joining Jools in the studio for the final show of the series are The Killers, who make a welcome return with new music and classic tunes from their Direct Hits collection, which celebrates the Las Vegas foursome's first decade together.
Pop legend Boy George is in the studio with songs from his first album of all new material in 18 years, This Is What I Do.
London dance duo Chase & Status bring their successful live dance sound to the show with a couple of numbers from their recent top three album Brand New Machine, joined by guest vocals Jacob Banks and Moko.
Legendary Nashville songwriter Jimmy Webb has joined forces with a host of singers on his new album Still Within the Sound of My Voice, in which they revisit some of the songs from his four decades of music. He is joined on the show by Del Amitri front man Justin Currie.
Also in the studio are two artists making their TV debuts in the shape of energetic Chicago teens The Orwells, and from east London, 19-year-old soul singer Denai Moore, who has been helped out on production duties on her latest EP by Ben Drew aka Plan B.