Joanna Eden will sing Christmas favourites and lesser known festive baubles with Chris Ingham on piano, George Double on drums, Mark Crooks on sax and Arnie Somogyi on bass.
Grosvenor has been described as "one in a million -several million" by The Independent, and as "a keyboard visionary" by the Süddeutsche Zeitung.
There are tutorials online so that the audience can learn the parts and join in live.
Joe Brown has won over a new generation of fans performing on Later With Jools Holland, at the Concert For George Harrison and Glastonbury.
"I can still sing the songs, in some ways better than I did in the 70s."
McFly will headline next year's family-friendly Summer Saturday Live concert at Newmarket Racecourses.
The Black Voices Quintet present The Soul of Nina Simone. They have performed in front of Nelson Mandela at Royal Albert Hall and played alongside Nina Simone herself, as well as Miriam Makeba, Ray Charles and Hugh Masekela.
Perhaps the peak of his dog poetry was the line showing unconditional love, when an owner states: "You are not my dog" and the dog stubbornly responds: "You are the best owner I've ever had."
The British vocal ensemble, I Fagiolini, known for their theatrical performances, present music from the past 500 years associated with the work of Leonardo da Vinci,
Their flamboyant shows are renowned for impeccable musicianship, slick choreography and gloriously over the top outfits. The audience is invited to follow suit.