Birth Place: Romford, Essex, England
Genres: Crossover Jazz, Power Pop, Blue-Eyed Soul
Jamie Cullum was born on August 20, 1979 in Rochford, Essex, England and is a jazz-pop singer and songwriter. Primarily a vocalist and pianist, Cullum has also mastered the guitar and drums. In addition to his music career, Cullum presents a weekly jazz radio show on BBC's Radio 2. Cullum's musical style grew out of a jazz foundation at its core and an eclectic mix of blues, hip-hop, rock and contemporary music. Never working within the confines of a set list, Cullum's live shows are mostly improvised and last an average of two hours in length. Cullum is well known for performing the work of artists, such as The White Stripes, Kanye West, Massive Attack, Pharell, Rihanna, Pussycat Dolls, Rad...
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