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Jamie Cullum

Closed May 30, 2014

"Already an all-action entertainer and consummate musician, Jamie Cullum has added a more experimental side to his repertoire."

The Guardian

Why See Jamie Cullum?

The enviably fresh faced Jamie Cullum has navigated the jazz and pop landscape for the last 15 years and still maintains his youthful persona and energy. Since the release of self funded Pointless Nostalgic, his Jazz credentials have morphed further than standards, seeing this singer songwriter and multi instrumentalist collaborate with diversely different artists, such as Pharrell Williams.

Finding a niche somewhere between 'New Orleans Jazz and Beyonce', Cullum's sound is eclectic, contemporary and consummately entertaining. The release of 2013's Momentum saw a gleeful experimentation that has shades of light and dark, including the charismatic version of the Charlie and The Chocolate Factory's 'Pure Imagination'.

An evening with Cullum is a treat, and great for an evening out with your family or partner.

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Performance date: 30 May 2014

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2 reviews, average rating: (3.5 Stars)

3.5 star rating

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