Who's on Later Live: With Jools Holland tonight? Debbie Harry with Blondie, London Grammar, Mabel and Future Islands join the show

JOOLS Holland combines legendary artists with newer sounds on tonight's episode of his musical showcase.

The 59-year-old hosts American rock band Blondie – who are back with a new record – as well as some home-grown talent.

But when can you tune in and which acts can you expect to see? Here’s all the info you need…

When is Later Live: With Jools Holland on?

The show, filmed in Maidstone in Kent, airs tonight, Tuesday May 2 at 10pm on BBC Two.

It’s the fourth episode of eight, with acts like Kasabian and Jamiroquai having already performed this series.

Who are Blondie?

Blondie are an American rock band which pioneered the early new wave and punk scenes in the US in the 1970s.

The band was founded by lead singer, Debbie Harry and guitarist Chris Stein, with other band members coming and going over the years.

Blondie has sold more than 40 million records worldwide and hits include Call Me, Heart of Glass, Maria and One Way or Another.

After forming in 1974, the band found mainstream success with their third album, Parallel Lines in 1978 but broke up in 1982.

They reformed in 1997 and have continued to produce new music ever since.

Their latest album, Pollinator, is released this week on May 5, and the band will perform some new tracks from the record on Jools' show.

Who are London Grammar?

London Grammar is a British trio made up of Hannah Reid, Dan Rothman and Dominic 'Dot' Major.

The band rose to fame with their debut album, If You Wait in 2013, with track Hey Now being a stand out.

They also won an Ivor Novello Award in the Best Song Musically and Lyrically category for track, Strong.

London Grammar are now back with their second album, Truth is a Beautiful Thing, and have already released singles Rooting For You and Big Picture so far this year.

Who are Future Islands?

Future Islands are an American synthpop trio from Baltimore, Maryland who formed in 2006.

The band has released five studio albums, including latest cut The Far Field which came out in April.

One of their best known tracks is from their fourth album – Singles – and is called Seasons (Waiting For You), which they have previously performed on Jools' show.

Frontman Samuel T. Herring is known for his energetic performance style so it's bound to make good viewing.

Who is Mabel?

Mabel is the 21-year-old Spanish singer and the daughter of singer-songwriter Neneh Cherry and Massive Attack producer Cameron McVey.

Growing up, Mabel split her time between Spain, London and Sweden and started playing the piano when she was five.

After years spent performing for just her friends and family, Mabel finally emerged from her parents shadow with her 2015 debut Know Me Better – landing her a spot on the BBC's Sound of 2016 list.

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