quote:Joining Jools on this last programme in the current series are: LA's own alternative rock/funk superstars Red Hot Chili Peppers with songs from their tenth studio album I'm With You, and Iceland's biggest musical export Bjork with pieces from her newest album Biophilia. The album began as a true interactive experience and combined music with technological innovation and themes of science and nature, and was the first-ever 'app album'. It has also now surfaced as a traditional release.
Also in the studio, from Burnage, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds with songs from his debut album, which made it to number one in the UK album chart.
Making their TV debuts on the show are East London's answer to The Strokes, Spector, who perform a couple of their sparkly pop tunes, and also from London, Michael Kiwanuka, a 23-year-old son of Ugandan immigrants whose sound has been compared to Bill Withers and Van Morrison.
Completing the series, from Nashville, singer songwriter Gillian Welch, joined by her musical partner and guitarist Dave Rawlings on a couple of songs from her album The Harrow and the Harvest.
quote:Joining Jools on show is Detroit's own contemporary bluesman Jack White, who returns to the studio having been before as one half of White Stripes and a member of both The Raconteurs and The Dead Weather. He performs tracks from his solo debut Blunderbuss.
Norah Jones returns to the show to play selections from her new Danger Mouse produced album Little Broken Hearts.
From Athens GA, come hotly tipped four-piece Alabama Shakes with a firin' blend of hard rock, blues and soul; this is their UK TV debut.
Celebrating 50 years as a legendary Irish folk force, The Chieftains perform tracks from their Voice Of Ages album, joined by both Secret Sisters and Carolina Chocolate Drops, and the Drops also play one of their own tunes.
Canadian artist and musician Grimes makes her UK television debut with songs from her acclaimed Visions album.
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