Later … With Jools Holland returns to BBC Two this Saturday (May 14), and all the musical guests will be in the same room for the first time since they were locked up.
Jools Holland made the announcement via Instagram, writing that the full program has not been announced yet.
However, the BBC has now announced that Wet Leg, Obongjayar and Joe Bonamassa will appear in the first program, which will be filmed at the refurbished Alexandra Palace Theater. London-based singer-songwriter Cat Burns will also make her TV debut.
The BBC also confirmed Liam Gallagher, Oumou Sangaré, Charlotte Adigéry & Bolis Pupul and Irish musician Sinead O’Brien for the second program, which will be broadcast on Saturday 21 May.
“Very excited to see my TV show return to BBC Two on Saturday nights from May 14,” he wrote in the caption.
“All the music guests are in the same room for the first time since they were locked. Wooooohoooo. I will reveal more about the new line and location soon. Until then, to give you an idea, here are the full opening titles recorded on my place “.
Fans have speculated that Liam Gallagher could be among the guests on the show, after the singer tweeted, “Thanks Holland jools for the bottle of wine last night, it’s an LG x explosion” at 6 May.
Joe Bonamassa also tweeted a photo on May 4 with the caption: “Jools Holland reheearsal.”
In 2020, Later … With Jools Holland returned to screen with Christine & The Queens, Laura Marling and more appearing from their respective homes.
Last year, guests were present at recording venues and studios in the Later … series, with Kylie Minogue, Ed Sheeran, Sting, Sam Fender, Damon Albarn and others in attendance.
Last year, Olly Alexander was with Years & Years on the show and made the Stevie Wonder classic “Signed, Sealed, Delivered.”
In another episode, Wolf Alice, his first comeback single “The Last Man On Earth” premiered live in a spectacular performance from the Alexandra Palace Theater in London, with Dry Cleaning and Paul Weller also featured throughout the season.