Jamie Cullum

Country: Great Britain

Jamie Cullum is the one of the most successful UK jazz artists, having sold over 10 million albums worldwide. He has won and been nominated for various awards including a Grammy, two Golden Globes, three BRITs, three Sony Radio awards and numerous other nominations and awards. He has already left his mark in the history of jazz by releasing the multi platinum album Twentysomething.
Jamie Cullum has the ability and versatility to combine musical genres blurring their boundaries, uniquely combining jazz, pop and rock. Jamie presented several documentaries for BBC Radio, which were dedicated to Blue Note Records, Herbie Hancock, Jimi Hendrix and Quincy Jones. He currently presents his own award-winning, weekly show for BBC Radio 2, the highest rated station in Europe. Jamie’s radio show has won two New York Radio Awards and the prestigious
Gold Sony Radio Award in the UK.
Cullum recorded his first album Heard It All Before at the age of 19. He gained fame, working with jazz bassist Geoff Gascoyne, who invited him to participate in the recording
of the album Songs of the Summer. Supported bythe musician, Cullum recorded the second album Pointless Nostalgic in 2002. In 2003, he signed a contract with Universal
Records and had a breakthrough in his career by creating Twentysomething. After that, the album Catching Tales followed. A year later he released the album The Pursuit. In
2013, Cullum returned with his sixth studio album Momentum, and in 2014 released Interlude. Jamie Cullum’s albums and singles have reached the top of European charts.

Jamie Cullum - piano, vocals

Tom Richards - saxophone, keyboards

Rory Simmons - trumpet, electronics & guitar

Loz Garratt - bass

Brad Webb - drums