James Corden Signs on as Executive Producer of Disclosure Concert in L.A.

James Corden CFDAs - P 2015
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James Corden CFDAs - P 2015

The concert is scheduled for Sept. 29 at Los Angeles Sports Arena.

James Corden has disclosed a side project in the music business.

The host of the The Late Late Show has teamed with popular British artists Disclosure to executive produce the brothers' Los Angeles concert on Sept. 29 at Los Angeles Sports Arena. Disclosure — the electronic music act comprised of siblings Howard and Guy Lawrence — will perform songs from their sophomore album Caracal, marking their first live show featuring the new set of songs. 

Their collaboration with Corden isn't limited to the live show. The trio have teamed with American Express as the next pairing in the live stream music series "American Express Unstaged," in partnership with Vevo and YouTube. The show will be live streamed at amexunstaged.com and via the Unstaged app.

Corden and the Lawrence brothers also sat for an exclusive interview. A clip from their chat, "Disclosure: Inspiration Behind Caracal," can be seen below.

"I'm excited to work with American Express and Disclosure to produce my first live music event," Corden said in a statement. "Howard and Guy are extremely talented individuals who have taken the world by storm with their music, and I am privileged to be able to create a memorable experience for their fans all over the world."

For their part, American Express vp sponsorships and branded entertainment Walter Frye added: "At American Express, we are constantly raising the bar on immersive and interactive entertainment experiences for our card members and all music fans. We are excited to give fans at home the opportunity to be a part of the show through the Unstaged app, in which they will be able to create their own versions of the Disclosure Face, and select images will be featured during the show."

Disclosure has garnered considerable attention with dance hits featuring the likes of Sam Smith, Mary J. Blige, London Grammar, Jessie Ware, Eliza Doolittle and Jamie Woon.