One of the most popular British jazz artists of all time, Jamie Cullum is our guest on Love You Live this week.Following his commercial breakthrough with TwentySomething in 2003, Jamie has gone on to cement his place at the heart of the british jazz community through his hard work promoting new and upcoming talent on his Radio 2 show as well as honing his sound and songwriting skills to become one of the finest piano based singer songwriters in the country.As soon as we had the idea to record this first series of Love You Live, Jamie was one of our first picks to guest on the podcast especially after his two stellar performances at Love Supreme in 2014 and 2019. Here he talks about his experiences of live music; the pivotal gigs he has experienced throughout his life; how he dealt with the enormous success of TwentySomething and an emotional experience watching Tom Waits in Paris.
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Cette année, notre Père Noël s'appelle Jamie Cullum ! Et on en a de la chance !Avant de le retrouver à 19h pour un Jamie Cullum Show placé sous le haut-patronnage de Santa Claus, le pianiste et chanteur est le convive de ce Deli spécial Noël. Ensemble, on va revenir sur sa nouvelle aventure, l'album "The Pianoman at Christmas", dédié à la magie, à l'esprit du 25 décembre.Mais comme il ne fait rien comme tout le monde, au lieu de réinterpréter les traditionnels "Jingle Bells" et "Let It Snow", Jamie a entièrement composé tout le répertoire et donné naissance à de toutes nouvelles chansons de Noël, enregistrées dans les mythiques studios d'Abbey Road, avec un orchestre d'une cinquantaine de musiciens.Le résultat est d'une classe folle et s'impose comme la bande-son idéale de cette fin 2020.
This week James and Jess discuss ways to make potatoes more interesting, why Jamie Cullum might have chosen to play the piano and how best to advertise your fetishes with scarves.Follow the podcast on Instagram @searchpartypod
Stacey Dooley, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Jamie Cullum and Martin Roberts
Scott Mills and Chris Stark
Chris Stark is off this week, so Stacey Dooley fills in with Scott. They start your weekend with Sophie Ellis Bextor, Jamie Cullum and Homes Under The Hammer’s Martin Roberts plays the Upside Down Quiz.
Episode 5.17 - A Dog's Waiting Room, Jamie Cullum's Cables and Thank You Big Corona!
The The One Show Show
Talksport, BBC London and Virgin Radio newsreader Jenny Barsby joins Jon and Marc to ask the One Show to wear a scarf round its face before silently leading it to the edge of a gorge. This episode was recorded with everyone dotted across the country using technology that Marc simply cannot make work. Enjoy! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jamie Cullum reveals how an early love of hip hop lead to his music career in jazz - and eventually came full circle through collaborations with artists like Pharrell and Roots Manuva. Plus a whole lot more chat on his favourite rappers, albums and gigs. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jazz/pop singer/songwriter Jamie Cullum joins Aasmah Mir and Mobeen Azhar. He talks about his music, and the personal stories that inspired his latest album Taller, his family and what's been passed down through the generations.Mark Bright tells his story of from foster care to football to reach the FA Cup in 1990.Alice Gorman AKA ‘Dr Space Junk’ is an archaeologist who’s made it her mission to explore artefacts that mankind has left in space. She describes how growing up on a farm in Australia inspired her passion. Nicola Wren wants to be not just a star – but a superstar – and she will NOT let her four siblings and her world-famous brother get in the way.And Dan Snow chooses his Inheritance Tracks - Slide Away by Oasis, and Mr. Brightside by The Killers.Producer: Louise CorleyEditor: Beverley Purcell
On meeting Sophie Dahl, his disastrous first gig at Ronnie Scott's, and the fear of career failure. Jay takes his guest to enjoy fine French dining and tinkling the ivories at Brasserie Zédel in London’s Piccadilly, where Jamie also performs ‘You Can’t Hide Away From Love’ from his new album 'Taller’. A Somethin’ Else / Jay Rayner production. Additional music in this episode written and performed by Jamie Cullum. For more information about Brasserie Zédel, visit: https://www.brasseriezedel.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices