Jamiroquai on Later... with Jools Holland TV show

Added on Sunday 19 September 2010, 17:59 (UTC)

The BBC press office have announced that Jamiroquai will be performing on UK music television show Later... with Jools Holland at the end of this month.

"Jamiroquai join Jools Holland on the third show of the series, making a long-awaited return to the studio to perform tracks from their new album, Rock Dust Light Star."

On Tuesday 28 September at 22:00 on BBC TWO and BBC HD the band are set to be part of a 30 minute broadcast.  The full one hour show will be broadcast on Friday 1 October at 23:50.

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I'm in the mood for...Rock Dust Like Star!

OH MAN YES! I love this show and last time they were on it was pre-Dynamite era I believe and it was the first time we heard Black Devil Car and Seven Days (as it was known then?) in full.

My only gripe is that they have about 5 or 6 acts on so they only do 1 track on the Tuesday and another track on the Friday show. BUT something is better than nothing! Saying that though I hope we get "Smoke And Mirrors" to be played...

Jools is a top presenter and hopefully can have some banter with Jay and hope the band are on top form and we dig the tunes they play!

i bloody knew it & didn't order any tickets for this draw as i thought they would be on nearer November for the album release. Typical!!!! lol!!

i'm hoping they do 2 brand new tracks (besides the ones we already heard) but if not, thats ok i would still want to hear WKR, RDLS or blue skies live

No longer I can wait!

EXCELLENT NEWS!!!!! I hope it does not take forever before they air it here in the U.S.

I can only get Jools' show on my ondemand Concert Channel on my U.S. cable. It's such a good show.

Yeahhhh gonna make it better Yeahhhh gonna make it right! Can't wait.....

Sounds like great fun again with the Jools!

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