Drink (2019) . w/ Joss Stone – Come Together . Shape Of You . w/ Robbie Williams – Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas (2016) . Nice Jazz Festival (2015) . When i get famous (2014) . High & Dry (2013) . What A Difference A Day Made . Single Ladies / Come Together (2011) . High And Dry (2010) . w/ Götz Alsmann – Georgia On My Mind . Photograph (2009) . Frontin’ . Mind Trick (2006) . Twentysomething (2004) .
 Jamie Cullum performs at Brooklyn Academy of Music in Brooklyn, NYC >> 68 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Jamie Cullum will be at the Jakarta International Java Jazz Festival 2014 held at D2 Hall JIExpo Kemayoran Jakarta Indonesia. at D2 Hall JIExpo Kemayoran in Jakarta, Indonesia. >> 101 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Jamie Cullum sings and plays piano with Tom Richards (s), Rory Simmons (g), Brad Webb (d) and Loz Garratt (b) at Cirque Royal in Brussels, Belgium >> 27 MINUTES on RVM >>
 for the launch of The Big Audition, Jamie Cullum will play songs requested on the go via Twitter >> 80 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Jamie Cullum will sing and play at Commodore Ballroom, in Vancouver BC >> 44 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Jamie Cullum’s Interlude… The Jazz Tour stops at the North Sea Jazz Club in Amsterdam, The Netherlands >> 35 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Jamie Cullum performs solo at Jazzaldia in Donosti, San Sebastian, Spain >> 54 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Jamie Cullum backed by a Big Band headlines at Jazzopen 2015 in Stuttgart, Germany >> 63 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Jamie Cullum and a big bandwill close the night at Montreal Jazz Festival, Canada >> 84 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Jamie Cullum sings at Theatre de l’Olympia in Paris. >> 14 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Jamie Cullum plays live at Newport Jazz Festival >> 35 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Richie Sambora, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Barenaked Ladies, Backstreet Boys, Jamie Cullum, Jeff Beck and many others. They all pay tribute to Brian Wilson at the MusiCares Person of the Year concert presented by the GRAMMYs >> 25 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Jamie Cullum is on BBC Top Of The Pops with a song lifted from his Twentysomething album released earlier this year. >> 3 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Aretha Franklin, Herbie Hancock, Chucho Valdés, Paquito de Rivera, Jamie Cullum, Chick Corea, Al Jarreau and many more are gathered at The White House in Washington DC for the 5th International Jazz Day >> 87 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Joss Stone sings in the afternoon (and will probably join Jamie Cullum who comes after her) at JazzOpen Stuttgart in Stuttgart, Germany >> 66 MINUTES on RVM >>
Wikipedia : This day (August 20, 1979), in Rochford, Essex, England, is born Jamie Cullum, a British pop and jazz singer and songwriter.
Jamie Cullum : Cullum’s willingness to defy convention has served him well during his lifelong pursuit of musical fulfillment. He began playing piano and guitar at the age of eight; in his mid teens, Cullum was in & out of rock bands playing guitar, drums and piano; he was also the drummer in a hip-hop combo, eventually finding his way back to jazz through the samples used in his favorite hip-hop recordings; and Cullum spent the end of his teen years living in Paris, where he honed his skills performing in local jazz clubs before going on to become the biggest-selling British jazz artist of all time. Cullum has won an enviable reputation as a magnetic live performer, playing freewheeling concerts that emphasize spontaneity and improvisation—and which rarely employ a set list. The artists I most admire, Cullum concludes, are people like Miles Davis and Tom Waits, who make all kinds of different records, and change and evolve over the years, but still remain themselves. That’s what I aspire to. I’m only about five per cent of the way there, but I’ve got time.
Jamie Cullum Fanzone : Due to their rarity, original copies have sold for as much as £600 on eBay. The success of Heard it All Before resulted in Cullum being invited to appear on Geoff Gascoyne’s album Songs of the Sumer.
@last.fm : Cullum has belonged to several bands, ranging from banging drums in a hip hop group to playing guitar in rock bands such as Raw Sausage and The Mystery Machine, in his teenage youth. Cullum names his elder brother, Ben Cullum, as his biggest musical influence, and the two continue to collaborate extensively.