Jamie Cullum receives for his album The Pursuit of Gold Award

Jamie Cullum receives for his album The Pursuit of Gold Award

For his new album “The Pursuit” was Jamie Cullum in Cologne presented the Gold Award. Universal Music Entertainment and Star Watch Jamie Cullum drew at an exclusive ceremony before his sold-out concert in Cologne.

His live shows are certainly a class of its own, and not without reason almost always sold out completely – as well as the current tour in Germany: Cullum Jamie thrilled his audiences with spirited performances on the piano and his songs and new interpretations that make each genre on their heads. Whether Rihanna’s “Do not Stop The Music” or original songs like the pop gem “I’m All Over It” – both singles from his latest album “The Pursuit” – Jamie Cullum succeeds like no second, the audience in the spell to draw.

Now drew Universal Music Entertainment and Star Watch the British singer and musician with gold for his latest album “The Pursuit” from. Following the live announcement of the Sat.1 television – the clip you can watch here – followed the official ceremony in Cologne. Frank Briegmann (President & CEO Universal Music Germany) and Hans Fink (CEO Watch Star Entertainment) Jamie Cullum handed the German precious metals for “The Pursuit”. The Briton thrilled the subsequent concerts in the Cologne Philharmonic and its fans include celebrities such as Gene Simmons of KISS and the newly crowned Euro Song Contest winner Lena.

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Frank Briegmann, President & CEO, UNIVERSAL MUSIC Germany: “Jamie perfectly mastered the balancing act of alleged claim and entertainment. He has impressively shown that we can fill large halls and jazz with excellent precious metal reached. The fact that Gene Simmons and Lena wanted to see him while on stage, says, I think a lot. I look forward very much to Jamie, to count our ‘artists and congratulate him warmly on gold. ”

Hans Fink, CEO Star Watch Entertainment: “Jamie Cullum is with” The Pursuit “reiterated its stylistic range to the test. The result is a mixture of jazz, pop and swing is enriched with some unusual percussion elements – a magnificent album that is guaranteed benchmark .

“The Pursuit” is named after his hit albums “Heard It All Before” (1999), “Pointless Nostalgic” (2001), “Twenty Something” (2003) in the UK’s most successful and fastest selling jazz album of all time – and “Catching Tales” ( 2005) fifth studio album by the British. Total sales worldwide Jamie Cullum over four million albums. For his interpretations of songs such as “What A Difference A Day Made”, “Frontin ‘(Jay-Z and Pharrell Williams) and his own compositions like” All At Sea “and the title song for the Clint Eastwood film” Gran Torino “was Jamie Cullum numerous international music awards and nominations such as inter alia twice for a Grammy Award and 2009 for the Golden Globe.

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