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Jools' Annual Hootenanny

Hootenanny
Also known as Jools' Annual Hootenanny
Genre Entertainment
Presented by Jools Holland
Starring Various guests
Country of origin UK
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes 21
Production
Location(s) London, England
Production company(s) BBC
Release
Original channel BBC Two,
BBC HD (2006 - 2012),
BBC Two HD (2013 - present)
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
Original release 31 December 1993 (1993-12-31) – Present
Chronology
Related shows Later... with Jools Holland (since 1992)
External links
Website

Hootenanny is an annual show presented by Jools Holland and broadcast on New Year's Eve as an end of year special of his television series Later... with Jools Holland . It is generally broadcast between 11pm on 31 December and around 1am the following morning in the United Kingdom on BBC Two.

The pre-recorded show features a Hogmanay party atmosphere with all the guests (drawn from across the world of showbusiness) and other guest audience members present, and the artists themselves getting involved alongside a variety of musical acts by the artists from various genres who perform both before and after midnight. There is a countdown to the midnight start of the New Year, followed by a traditional rendition of "Auld Lang Syne", often with the Pipes and Drums of the Scots Guards. Among the regular events of the evening is the spot where Holland asks actor and comedian Rowland Rivron his predictions for the year ahead/his New Year's resolutions. Editions also feature a white-suited man with a clock for a face named Father Time or Clockman.

Contents

  • Pre-recording controversy 1
  • 2006/07 edition 2
  • 2007/08 edition 3
    • Artists who performed on the 2007/08 show 3.1
    • Playlist of the 2007/08 show 3.2
  • 2008/09 edition 4
    • Playlist of the 2008/2009 Edition 4.1
  • 2009/10 edition 5
    • Artists who performed on the 2009/10 show 5.1
    • Playlist of the 2009/10 edition 5.2
  • 2010/11 edition 6
    • Artists who performed on the 2010/11 show 6.1
    • Playlist of the 2010/11 edition 6.2
  • 2011/12 edition 7
    • Artists who performed on the 2011/12 show 7.1
    • Playlist of the 2011/12 edition 7.2
  • 2012/13 edition 8
    • Artists who performed on the 2012/13 show 8.1
    • Playlist of the 2012/13 edition 8.2
  • 2013/14 edition 9
    • Artists who performed on the 2013/14 show 9.1
    • Playlist of the 2013/14 edition 9.2
  • References 10
  • External links 11

Pre-recording controversy

Some claim that the show deceives viewers into thinking that the show is broadcast live. The BBC itself has admitted that the show is not broadcast live and is instead "an idealised New Year's Eve party with a line-up that would surely be impossible to deliver on December 31".[1] The BBC once made a mistake by mistiming the pretend 12 midnight so that when the show went out it included repeated mentions of New Year's Eve instead of New Year's Day well after the real stroke of midnight.[1]

2006/07 edition

Acts that appeared in 2006/07 included James Mass, the Zutons and Seasick Steve. Comedian Adrian Edmondson, a regular on the show, was joined by Jools and his band to perform a swing version of the Sex Pistols song "Anarchy in the U.K." Also appearing on the show was Amy Winehouse collaborating with Paul Weller on two tracks, "I Heard It Through The Grapevine" and "Don't Go to Strangers", originally recorded by Etta Jones.

Kate Rusby sang "Fare Thee Well" as midnight struck, accompanied by the 1st Battalion of Scots Guards.

2007/08 edition

Artists who performed on the 2007/08 show

Playlist of the 2007/08 show

These are the songs that were performed during the 2007 show:

  • "Jumping At The Jubilee" (performed by Ruby Turner and the Jools Holland Rhythm & Blues Orchestra)
  • "634-5789" (performed by Eddie Floyd and the Jools Holland Rhythm & Blues Orchestra)
  • "Everything Is Average Nowadays" (performed by Kaiser Chiefs)
  • "Where Have All The Good Guys Gone" (performed by Lulu and the Jools Holland Rhythm & Blues Orchestra)
  • "NW5" (performed by Madness)
  • "The First Cut Is the Deepest" (performed by Duffy and the Jools Holland Rhythm & Blues Orchestra)
  • "Mouthwash" (performed by Kate Nash)
  • "Come On Strong" (performed by Kylie Minogue and the Jools Holland Rhythm & Blues Orchestra)
  • "My Donny" (performed by Seasick Steve)
  • "Ain't Got No, I Got Life" (performed by Mika and the Jools Holland Rhythm & Blues Orchestra)
  • "House of Fun" (performed by Madness)
  • "Dance Tonight" (performed by Paul McCartney, Kylie Minogue and the Jools Holland Rhythm & Blues Orchestra)
  • "Auld Lang Syne" (performed by The Pipers Of The Regimental Scots Guards and the Jools Holland Rhythm & Blues Orchestra)
  • "Knock on Wood" (performed by Eddie Floyd and the Jools Holland Rhythm & Blues Orchestra)
  • "Ruby" (performed by Kaiser Chiefs)
  • "2 Hearts" (performed by Kylie Minogue and the Jools Holland Rhythm & Blues Orchestra)
  • "Baggy Trousers" (performed by Madness)
  • "Got To Get You Into My Life" (performed by Paul McCartney and the Jools Holland Rhythm & Blues Orchestra)
  • "Foundations" (performed by Kate Nash)
  • "Grace Kelly" (performed by Mika and the Jools Holland Rhythm & Blues Orchestra)
  • "I Should Be So Lucky" (performed by Kylie Minogue and Jools Holland)
  • "The Angry Mob" (performed by Kaiser Chiefs and The Drums Of The Regimental Scots Guards)
  • "Cut My Wings" (performed by Seasick Steve)
  • "Bring It On Home to Me" (performed by Eddie Floyd, Duffy and the Jools Holland Rhythm & Blues Orchestra)
  • "Our House" (performed by Madness)
  • "Pumpkin Soup" (performed by Kate Nash)
  • "Up Above My Head" (performed by Ruby Turner, Paul McCartney, Eddie Floyd, Kylie Minogue, Mika, Seasick Steve, Duffy, Lulu and the Jools Holland Rhythm & Blues Orchestra)

2008/09 edition

Playlist of the 2008/2009 Edition

2009/10 edition

Artists who performed on the 2009/10 show

(Source:BBC[2])

Playlist of the 2009/10 edition

2010/11 edition

Artists who performed on the 2010/11 show

(in order of performance)

Playlist of the 2010/11 edition

2011/12 edition

Artists who performed on the 2011/12 show

(in order of performance)

Playlist of the 2011/12 edition

2012/13 edition

Artists who performed on the 2012/13 show

(in order of performance)

Playlist of the 2012/13 edition

  • "Maiden's Lament" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra
  • "Abel Mabel" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Ruby Turner
  • "Go Right Ahead" performed by The Hives
  • "Let Me Down Easy" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Bettye Lavette
  • "Vince Taylor" performed by Adam Ant
  • "Cow Cow Boogie" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Lianne La Havas
  • "Love Is Gonna Lift You Up" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Bobby Womack
  • "Whiskey In The Jar" performed by The Dubliners
  • "I Couldn't Live Without Your Love" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Petula Clark
  • "Heaven" performed by Emeli Sandé
  • "Good Thing" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Roland Gift
  • "I'm a Midnight Mover" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Bobby Womack
  • "Stand and Deliver" performed by Adam Ant
  • "Something's Got a Hold on Me" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Paloma Faith
  • "Hate to Say I Told You So" performed by The Hives
  • "Come on Eileen" performed by Dexys Midnight Runners
  • "Read All About It" performed by Emeli Sandé and Professor Green
  • "Downtown" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Petula Clark
  • "The Irish Rover" performed by The Dubliners
  • "Suspicious Minds" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Roland Gift
  • "Antmusic" performed by Adam Ant
  • "Geno" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Dexys
  • "Lightning Bolt" performed by Jake Bugg
  • "Love Me Or Leave Me" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Emeli Sandé
  • "Crazy" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Petula Clark
  • "Tick Tick Boom" performed by The Hives
  • "Age" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Lianne La Havas
  • "She Got A Wiggle" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Dexys
  • "The Black Velvet Band" performed by The Dubliners
  • "I'm Not The One" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Bettye Lavette
  • "Just Be" performed by Paloma Faith
  • "Next To Me" performed by Emeli Sandé
  • "Lookin' For A Love" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Bobby Womack
  • "Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think)" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Ruby Turner, Bobby Womack, Rico Rodriguez, Roland Gift, Bettye Lavette, Emeli Sandé, Paloma Faith, Lianne La Havas and Dexys

2013/14 edition

Artists who performed on the 2013/14 show

(in order of performance)

Playlist of the 2013/14 edition

  • "That's Not What You Said Last Night" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra
  • "Carry On" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Lisa Stansfield
  • "Don't Save Me" performed by Haim
  • "There Goes My Baby" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Charlie Wilson
  • "Feel the Love" performed by Rudimental and John Newman
  • "Jumpin' in the Morning" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Ruby Turner
  • "All Day and All of the Night" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Ray Davies
  • "Waiting All Night" performed by Rudimental and Ella Eyre
  • "I Wish" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Melanie C
  • "Green Garden" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Laura Mvula
  • "Ho Hey" performed by The Lumineers
  • "Love Me Again" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with John Newman
  • "Oops Upside Your head" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Charlie Wilson
  • "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" performed by The Proclaimers
  • "Lola" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Ray Davies
  • "All Around The World" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Lisa Stansfield
  • "Forever" performed by Haim
  • "You Don't Love Me (No, No, No)" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Dawn Penn, Lee Thompson & Darren Fordham
  • "Free" performed by Rudimental and Emeli Sandé
  • "Outstanding" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Charlie Wilson
  • "Letter From America" performed by The Proclaimers
  • "See Line Woman" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Laura Mvula
  • "Never Be The Same Again" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Melanie C
  • "Classy Girls" performed by The Lumineers
  • "Bangarang 2" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Lee Thompson, Darren Fordham and Dawn Penn
  • "A Fool For You" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with John Newman
  • "Oh Well" performed by Haim
  • "Wagner's Tannhăuser (Pilgrim's Chorus)" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra
  • "Skin and Bone" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Ray Davies
  • "Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think)" performed by Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Dawn Penn, Lee Thompson, Ruby Turner, Melanie C, Charlie Wilson, Lisa Stansfield, Laura Mvula and John Newman

References

  1. ^ a b Viewers' fury at "live" New Year's Eve show - Daily Mail
  2. ^ Jools Annual Hootenanny 2009

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