Jamie Cullum Schedule
Inspired by Oscar Peterson, Dave Brubeck, Tom Waits and Miles Davis, Jamie Cullum is a globally
famous British jazz-pop musician, who has established himself with his various blends of jazz. In addition to vocals, the
prolific instrumentalist often plays piano, drums and guitar at his shows. Since he started performing professionally, Cullum
has been recognized for his talents with many nominations and awards. For instance, in 2003, he was presented with the Rising
Star award at the British Jazz Awards ceremony, and the following year, he was given a nod at the 2004 BRIT Awards for the
British Breakthrough Act category. To catch this multifaceted performer in person, check out Jamie Cullum's concert listings
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Jamie Cullum Background
sensation Jamie Cullum first got his start in music at the tender age of eight, playing piano and guitar. And, as a teen he
played the drums for a hip-hop group. He additionally picked guitar for groups called Raw Sausage and The Mystery Machine.
Cullum cut his debut album, Jamie Cullum Trio - Heard It All Before, in 1999. At the time, only 500 copies were dropped. But
today that album can garner up to $800 on eBay. The album fell into the hands of jazz bassist Geoff Gascoyne, who listened
to Cullum's inaugural effort, and asked Cullum to appear on his album, Songs of the Summer.
A graduate with honors of
Reading University, Cullum issued his sophomore album, Pointless Nostalgic, after graduation. The album sparked the interest
of both Melvyn Bragg and Michael Parkinson. As a result, he was invited to guest on Parkinson's BBC chat show. And, in 2007,
he was the final musician to entertain on Parkinson's "Final Conversation" show. The album featured original collections of
classic songs like George Gershwin's "It Ain't Necessarily So" and "Well You Needn't" by Thelonius Monk. After Cullum's debut
on Parkinson's show, he was put on Universal's payroll contingent on producing three albums. Twentysomething arrived in 2003,
which garnered platinum certification. In the UK, the album earned the No. 1 Album by a Jazz Artist honor. By the close of
2003, Cullum was the best-selling jazz artist of all time. Twentysomething featured renditions of Cole Porter's "I Get A Kick
Out of You" and Jeff Buckley's "Lover, You Should Have Come Over." Cullum's cover songs have cemented his reputation in the
music world. And, when he does live shows, he often covers artists ranging from Rihanna to Radiohead to White Stripes to Kanye
West. He has additionally shared the stage with Sugababes, Burt Bacharach, Kylie Minogue, Deltron 3030 and more. In 2005,
Cullum released Catching Tales, followed by the release of Live at Ronnie Scott's in 2006. Three years later, Cullum came
out with The Pursuit. It's lead-off track, "I'm All Over It," popularized by tremendous airplay. His latest album is Momentum,
which was issued in 2013.
Jamie Cullum Albums
Jamie Cullum's discography is comprised of over a dozen
singles and three compilation albums. Jamie Cullum's six studio albums include: Heard It All Before (1999); Pointless Nostalgic
(2002); Twentysomething (2004); Catching Tales (2005); The Pursuit (2009); and Momentum (2013).
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Jamie Cullum Concert Experience
If you are looking to catch a real-life genius and master of his technique, look
no further than the brilliant jazz musician, singer and songwriter, Jamie Cullum. The highly regarded jazz musician has spent
years perfecting his craft as well as finding new ways of expressing his music. All of this hard work to which Jamie Cullum
has devoted his life is illuminated on stage when you head out to the concert venue the night of a Jamie Cullum performance.
It is a euphoric experience like no other as Cullum shifts from style to style always able to keep the listener captivated
and wondering what is coming next. Whenever and wherever Jamie Cullum is performing, one thing is for sure, he will be surrounded
by some of the best musicians in the world and will be fired up to put on an extraordinary show. It is an unparalleled concert
that you will hope never comes to a close. By the time the night is through you will be anxiously anticipating the next time
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