Jamie Cullum

Jamie Cullum is a charismatic jazz musician with the ability and versatility to blur musical genre with his unique take on jazz, pop and rock.

With a Grammy, two Golden Globe and several BRIT nominations under his belt, Cullum is a success story around the globe; the most successful UK jazz artist ever, who has single handedly taken jazz into the mainstream.

The singer-songwriter's albums 'Pointless Nostalgic' ,'Twentysomething', 'Catching Tales' and 'The Pursuit' have sold over 5 million copies worldwide. Jamie's success is truly worldwide, taking him from Seoul to Sao Paolo, Fuji Rock to Glastonbury, The Hollywood Bowl to the Royal Albert Hall, London. From Melbourne to Memphis and across the USA where he has achieved huge success collaborating with Clint Eastwood on the Golden Globe nominated score for Gran Torino.

He has written for the London West End Stage (When Harry Met Sally), and for the BBC TV series 'After You've Gone'. On TV Jamie has anchored for VH-1 and has starred on the judging panel for the acclaimed 'Must Be The Music' on Sky1 HD.

Jamie has hosted several documentaries for BBC Radio 2 featuring such eminent subjects as Blue Note Records, Herbie Hancock, Jimi Hendrix, and Quincy Jones and currently presents his own weekly prime time evening show for BBC Radio 2, the most highly rated station in the UK.