Massive shows and variety in the latest of the EFG London Jazz Festival lineup - click here for the full listing or read on to see what's been added:

The Jazz Animals: a tribute to Blue Note founders Alfred Lion & Francis Wolff

Monday 18 November | Cadogan Hall

ACT founder Siggi Loch curates a new band, featuring Émile Parisien, Theo Croker, Yaron Herman, Gerald Cleaver, with guest Benny Golson and more, celebrating Blue Note's 80th year

Black String

Monday 18 November | Purcell Room

ACT artists and Songlines Music Award winners Black String make their mark on the Festival with their explosion of heavy rhythms, traditional Korean instruments, mind-bending electronics and jazz guitar licks

Chassol Ludi

Tuesday 19 November | Queen Elizabeth Hall

Visionary Chassol has worked with Frank Ocean and produced tracks for Solange, and now he presents the UK premiere of his film Ludi with live ultrascore

Elliot Galvin Trio + Laura Jurd Trio

Friday 22 November | Purcell Room

Two of the finest instrumentalists from the British jazz scene play a double bill showcasing their respective trios, featuring Corrie Dick, Tom McCredie and Ruth Goller

Evelyn & the Yellow Birds

Saturday 23 November | Purcell Room, 12pm

Jazz FM Vocalist of the Year (and Evelyn's granddaughter) Cherise Adams-Burnett, presents her family show exploring Caribbean influences on jazz

Ingrid & Christine Jensen with the Whirlwind Records Jazz Orchestra

Saturday 23 November | Purcell Room

Juno and Grammy award-winning Christine and Ingrid Jensen showcase original and arranged compositions featuring the 18-piece Whirlwind Big Band of leading American and European musicians who are associated with the label

Royal Academy Big Band with Tim Garland FREE SHOW

Saturday 23 November | Clore Ballroom at Royal Festival Hall

The Royal Academy of Music collaborate with iconic British saxophonist Tim Garland to celebrate material from his Edition Records releases

Chrissie Hynde with the Valve Bone Woe Ensemble

Sunday 24 November | Royal Festival Hall

Iconic frontwoman of The Pretenders showcases tracks from her new jazz album Valve Bone Woe, inspired by a track she sang with Frank Sinatra

Cleveland Watkiss 60th Birthday Celebration

Sunday 24 November | Queen Elizabeth Hall

Award-winning vocalist celebrates with music from throughout his career with collaborators old and new, including Orphy Robinson, Byron Wallen and Ayanna Witter-Johnson