In 2006, he submerged Jazz à Juan in joy. Since then, with many prizes and more than ten million albums sold throughout the world, Jamie Cullum has become a key figure in international jazz. From Seoul to São Paulo, Hamburg to Hollywood, where he collaborated with Clint Eastwood for the film « Gran Torino », he impresses through his skill in drawing from all styles without losing his way, mixing the subtleties of jazz with the evidence of pop music, uniting styles by most successfully breaking down the often obsolete partitions which limit our musical universe.
Jamie doesn’t deny his uncontrollable love of the eternal jazz standards, yet neither does he renounce his will to break with tradition and share his passion, albeit it by troubling the order of jazz in introducing his modern style. Seeing Jamie Cullum in concert means watching a real show in which he offers a dynamic jazz . His voice both warm and rough, his funky pianist touch, his very lively groove fire the crowd’s enthusiasm, many of whom are young spectators. From start to finish, he shows talent, energy, generosity, humour, kindness and tenderness, unrivalled qualities in the field of pop-jazz today.