On Wednesday he was inaugurated the 48th edition of the Heineken Jazz Festival in San Sebastian with several free concerts in the city, such as the Texas pianist Robert Glasper and the trio led by Norwegian Ola Kvernburg and his violin. But all eyes of the night focused on the Green Stage Zurriola beach with performances by Jamie Cullum and Shibusa Shirazu Orchestra.
Jamie Cullum, who started his show at about 21:30 pm, according to the organization gathered more than 50,000 people (no more to see aerial photos of the area). The Briton, who was full of praise for the city and the public of the festival, presented his latest album, ‘Momentum’, possibly his most pop and less jazz, in that magic hour when the sun sets on the horizon Biscay. No shortage subjects of his previous LP’s (‘Twentysomething’ or ‘Mixtape’) versions nor as the ‘Do not Stop The Music’ Rihanna ‘High and Dry’ and the legendary ‘The Wind Cries Mary “by Jimi Hendrix that used in the acclaimed bis.