Jamie Cullum

It is at the same time the brightest voice revelation and the more controversial of the last two decades
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Jamie Cullum

It is at the same time the brightest voice revelation and the more controversial of the last two decades.

The lookalike teen singer with an old veteran jazz voice has many assets to convince: a solid knowledge of jazz that is evident in his allusions to Mel Tormé, Bob Dorough or Mark Murphy; an alive and swing way of playing the piano; compositions that even in the tradition, not slavishly copy their codes; an expressive timbre ...To sum up, you cannot deny the influence of pop, though the singer embraces easily jazz styles. He recorded his first album at age 19 and signed with Universal one of the more spectacular contracts in recent years. In 2009, he was nominated alongside with Clint Eastwood to the Golden Globe for Best Original Song from the film "Gran Torino." Jamie gets an unusual communication with the public. The stream between the stage and the audience is high and receives enthusiastic responses from the public, like in his first concert in Spain, at the Vitoria Jazz Festival in 2005. He Has a rich record with two Grammy Awards, two Golden Globes and so forth.