Jamie Cullum has helped bring jazz to the attention of rock fans, and his British roots have sealed the deal. His interpretations of songs by Jimi Hendrix, Radiohead and Jeff Buckley are getting an enthusiastic reception while his original song writing provides the backbone to his live show. With the 2003 album Twentysomething, he broke out of the jazz world and hit the mainstream music charts with the piano-driven 'All at Sea' and 'These are the Days.' The album made him the best-selling British jazz musician in history, and of course Jamie Cullum concert tickets are going fast.
Cullum started playing piano at the age of eight and soon got into jazz because of his older brother. At 19 he recorded his first record, Jamie Cullum Trio - Heard It All Before, which was surprisingly successful and led to another album, Pointless Nostalgic, in 2002. He was signed to Universal Records soon after.
His energetic stage presence was documented in 2004 on a DVD, Live at Blenheim Palace, featuring songs from Twentysomething. He covered classic standards and modern rock hits with the help of an amazing band comprised of promising new jazz artists. Cullum is completely comfortable performing in front of huge crowds, jumping on top of his piano and encouraging everyone to sing along.
In 2005 Cullum released Catching Tales, mixing in more original and creative songs such as 'Get Your Way' and 'Photograph.' He's on tour now and tickets are in high demand, so don't wait any longer to get your Jamie Cullum tickets. We have the best seats right here!