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  • ADELE
    Adele

    Adele

    Brits winner Adele left the Later audience agog back in June 2007 with her incredible voice and magical performance of acoustic number ‘Daydreamer’. She has since gone on to release smash single ‘Chasing Pavements’ and returns to play tracks from chart topping album 19.

  • JAMES TAYLOR
    James Taylor

    James Taylor

    Joining Jools in the studio this week is illustrious singer songwriter James Taylor who has won five Grammys and sold over 40 million albums worldwide. His new album One Man Band is a stripped back, intimate, live account of some of his greatest hits. Not to be missed.

  • ESTELLE
    Estelle

    Estelle

    Sassy London songstress Estelle is currently at the top of the charts with dance floor filler ‘American Boy’ featuring Kanye West. She steps into the breach in Gnarls Barkley’s absence to perform tracks from her new album Shine.

  • THE ONLY ONES
    The Only Ones

    The Only Ones

    Reformed 70s new-wave legends The Only Ones return after almost 30 years to play renowned hit ‘Another Girl, Another Planet’ for the first time ever on television.

  • BLACK KIDS
    The Black Kids

    Black Kids

    Following their free MySpace release of EP Wizard Of Ahhhs, Florida’s Black Kids have created quite a stir. One part Arcade Fire, one part Go! Team, mixed with finesse, and topped with a squeeze of The Cure, their debut single ‘I’m Not Gonna Teach Your Boyfriend How To Dance With You’ is an absolute belter.

  • NEIL COWLEY TRIO
    Neil Cowley Trio

    Neil Cowley Trio

    Zero 7 and Brand New Heavies keyboardist Neil Cowley fronts this eclectic, forward-thinking jazz threesome. Likened to Esbjörn Svensson Trio and The Bad Plus, their new album Loud…Louder…Stop! is making big waves and follows award-winning 2006 debut Displaced.



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