Jamie Cullum Tour Schedule
Internationally famous jazz singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Jamie Cullum
has been setting the music world on fire since he first burst onto the scene as a twenty year old in 1999. There are few events
in music as exciting as seeing a true jazz great performing live and this is exactly what you get when you purchase tickets
to see Jamie Cullum live. You may have fallen in love with the smooth sounds of his albums but when you see him live you will
be truly blown away by his skill and musicianship. Fortunately for jazz lovers in the United States, Jamie Cullum has several
tour dates scheduled for 2014.
Jamie Cullum's tour kicks off on May 29th at Keswick Theatre in Kedside, Pennsylvania
followed by a show at the Peter J. Sharp Building in Brooklyn, New York the following night. On June 1st Jamie Cullum will
be at House of Blues in Boston. The rest of the month will see Jamie Cullum performing in Washington D.C., Toronto, Chicago,
Saint Louis, Arvado, and Portland, Oregon. Jamie Cullum's North American tour finishes up on June 13th at the Fillmore in
San Francisco, California. It is definitely worth a trip to see Jamie Cullum even if you have to travel a bit to get there.
However, if you can't make any of the tour dates listed be sure to keep checking back on StubHub to see when he adds more
dates and will be playing in your town.
About the Artist
Growing up, Jamie Cullum had always been interested
in music and claims that his older brother Ben had a big influence on his musical style and tastes. As a teenager he was in
a wide variety of groups including punk bands and hip hop groups. Two of the bands he was in were The Mystery Machine and
Raw Sausage and he often collaborates with his brother to this day. Jamie Cullum released The Jamie Cullum Trio - Heard It
All Before in 1999 and only created 500 copies of the album which can now fetch hundreds of dollars from collectors on eBay.
The first album was released while Cullum was still in school and it was not until after he graduated that he released Pointless
Nostalgia which has gone on to become his best selling record. In 2003 Jamie Cullum released his second studio album, and
major label debut, Twentysomething, which went platinum and by the end of the year made Jamie Cullum the top selling jazz
artist of all time in the U.K. To date Jamie Cullum has released 6 albums: Heard It All Before, Pointless Nostalgia, Twentysomething,
Catching Tales, The Pursuit, and 2013's Momentum. He is known for performing songs by popular acts like the White Stripes,
Radiohead, Justin Timberlake, Kanye West, and others. The award winning artist Jamie Cullum is always looking to expand his
sound and trying out unique new instruments, constantly writing and recording new music as well as regularly touring.
Jamie Cullum had received some attention for his first release Heard It All Before so that by the
time he put out his second album (and first studio album) Pointless Nostalgia, people were already looking forward to it and
ready to see what Cullum had to offer. The album became a hit and remains his top selling album to date, but before selling
millions of copies it earned Jamie Cullum an appearance on Parkinson, which was his first television appearance. His stellar
performance on the show definitely turned some heads and several record execs came out to try to land Jamie Cullum. After
the bidding war which ensued Jamie Cullum signed with Universal who gave him the support he needed to spread his popularity
beyond the U.K.
If you are looking to see a true prodigy and master of his craft look no
further than virtuoso musician, singer, and songwriter Jamie Cullum. The world renowned jazz musician has spent years perfecting
his art as well as finding new avenues of musical expression to explore. All of this hard work to which Jamie Cullum has dedicated
his life is on full display when you head out to the concert hall the night of a Jamie Cullum performance. It is a transcendent
experience like no other as Cullum bounces from style to style always able to keep the listener engaged and wondering what
is coming next. Whenever and wherever Jamie Cullum is performing, one thing is for certain, he will be surrounded by some
of the best musicians on the planet and will be geared up to put on an amazing show. It is an incomparable concert that you
will hope never ends. By the time the night is through you will be anxiously awaiting the next time Jamie Cullum comes back
Jamie Cullum uses several different instruments when performing including a stomp box
and has been known to beat-box during some of his shows.