Later with Jools Holland — 16 October 2021 – BBC Two

Elton John – Series 59 Episode 3 of 6 – Jools chats to music legend Sir Elton John ahead of the release of his new album The Lockdown Sessions, which sees him team up with the great and good of popular music including Dua Lipa, Charlie Puth and Stevie Wonder. As well as disclosing his songwriting secrets and where he keeps his record collection, Elton also delves into the Later… archive to choose some of his favourite performances from the likes of Christine and the Queens to Glen Campbell.

As always, there are new performances from around the UK, and in this episode North Shields’s Sam Fender makes a welcome return to the show and to the Tynemouth Volunteer Life Brigade Watch House Museum, where he played his first ever headline show as a teenager. He performs a track from his second album Seventeen Going Under that he describes as a ‘celebration of life after hardship, and a celebration of surviving’.

There’s a debut performance this week from Birmingham raised, Zimbabwe born SIPHO, who signed a record deal with independent British label Dirty Hit whilst studying songwriting at the BIMM Institute and who performs a track from his debut EP And God Said…, showcasing his self-described sound of ‘industrial soul’.



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