Launching Apple's new 'Live from London' series of live concerts, Stereophonics will appear live at Apple Store Regent Street on April 19.
With the Welsh band currently riding high in the charts it's increasingly likely not everyone who wants to watch the show will be able to, so to help music lovers face the queue, Macworld caught up with Stereophonics bassist Richard Jones, and asked: "What's on your iPod, Richard?"
We have linked to the iTunes entry for the song, where an act is presently available through Apple's service.
The Dead 60's - You're Not The Law.
"An excellent track and a band to look out for!"
Kings Of Leon - The Bucket.
"The Intro does it all for me, it's one to wake you in the morning! The album was very instant for me and perhaps was my album of 2004."
Depeche Mode - Personal Jesus (pump mix/ remixes 81-04).
"A good spin on a top song, I'm a big fan of the band."
Marilyn Mason - mOBSCENE.
"Brilliant production. It's a perfect song for a bad day and he's a mesmerizing front-man."
Johnny Cash - Hung My Head (American IV: The Man Comes Around).
"This is one of my favourite songs of all time! The whole album is a must for me!"
The Who - The Seeker.
"You can feel the attitude of this song straight away, it's a brilliant track from one of the greats!"
Stereo MC's - Deep Down And Dirty.
"This is one of the tracks I put on when getting ready for a night out!"
Soundgarden - Outshined.
"Soundgarden are one of the bands which were massive when I started playing in the band, along with Pearl Jam, Nirvana and Temple of the Dog. Great to hear Chris Cornell in Audioslave now."
Athlete - Wires.
"This is a really good strong song and Athlete are one of my favourite bands around at the moment!"
The Clash - I Fought the Law.
"This is a track which reminds me of being a kid. My brother used to play The Clash/Sex Pistols/Sham 69 all the time, and it's rubbed off on me."
London's Playlist Club invites music lovers to show up and share their favourite playlists in London on April 23, or in Philadelphia on April 25.