US bluesman Seasick Steve, now based in Norfolk, returns with his unique take on life and guitar playing,
and a couple of tunes from his new album Man From Another Time.
Australia's guitar monsters Wolfmother, who undoubtedly take inspiration from the psychedelic groups of
the 1960s along with the rock gods of the 70s, such as Black Sabbath and AC/DC.
Howard Devoto's reformed band Magazine also perform songs on the show, including their 1978 classic
debut single Shot By Both Sides.
From Colinsville, Mississippi, soul singer Jimmy Ruffin, who had a worldwide hit in 1966 with
What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted.
Earning her experience on the cabaret circuit, London born Paloma Faith is a retro soul singer who also
trained as a contemporary dancer at St Martin's College. She makes her debut on Later playing songs from
her new album Do You Want the Truth or Something.
Lo-fi folk artist Devendra Banhart returns to Later on the eve of his latest release What Will Be, his first
foray into major label territory.
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