The wait is over! JAMIE CULLUM is finally back in Germany and swirled in recent days ago by the country. The British singer, songwriter and fabulous piano player was previously a guest at Harald Schmidt and laid out an equally impressive performance as a day later at the award ceremony GQ MEN OF THE YEAR 2010 in Berlin, where he was awarded the prize in the category “Music International”.
He is finally back in Germany on the road and presents his latest album, The Pursuit ago – the question is of course the unique Jamie Cullum, who has conquered within a few years, the pop charts all over the world and now sells over 4 million albums. Whether jazz, pop, rock, swing or hip-hop – Jamie Cullum defies with ease on a rousing genre boundaries, mixing the sounds and songs to his own style. This has given him an international fan base and since Friday and the GQ Men of the Year Award 2010 in the category “Music International”! Photos of the ceremony can be seen here.
The Briton, who is married to Sophie Dahl and soon father is one of the most successful artists, who were thrilled the audience and the pop-jazz fans alike and delivers a live show, full of energy and always puts the audience in awe music is his passion – and this can be observed up to the last row in the hall. Which received the audience at Harald Schmidt, in which Jamie Cullum on Thursday was a guest. A clip of his performance can have a look here!
In his live tour presents Jamie Cullum songs from his excellent album, The Pursuit of gold, but also the material of his previous albums like Twenty Something and Catching Tales is not too short. One may also expect surprises, because Jamie Cullum promises his audience always an unpredictable show, which is not easily forgotten.
JAMIE CULLUM live:
01.11. Stadthalle, Braunschweig
02.11. Tempodrom, Berlin
04.11. Dome Hall, Hanover
05.11. Jazz Festival 2010, Ingolstadt
07.11. Circus Krone, Munich
09.11. Phillip Hall, Dusseldorf
10.11. Cultural Palace, Dresden
11.11. Big Box, Kempten
02.12. Konzerthaus, Freiburg
14.12. Centennial Hall, London