14 rated concerts
16 fan reviews
Born: 20 Aug 1979 (41 years ago)
Born in: Rochford, UK
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- Jamie Cullum fan about Washington, US on Fri, 06 Feb 2015
Jamie and his band were spot on. The local musicians were a treat to hear, especially the chick on Saxophone real talent.
this show was really special, My daughter and I drove a couple hundred miles, seen our nations capital and met Jamie outside of the venue. Because of modern technology I have a fey of the songs in my iPhone.
- Jamie Cullum fan about Atlanta, US on Sun, 08 Feb 2015
Great to see Jamie again in Atlanta. As ever, he delivered and with a great local brass section! Hope to see him back in England later in the year.
- Jamie Cullum fan about Glenside, US on Wed, 04 Feb 2015
Jamie is an amazing performer and I will go to see bim ebery time he is in town.
- DLinLosAngeles about Los Angeles (LA), US on Sat, 24 Jan 2015
A very special evening -- to see Jamie and his incredibly talented band play at such an intimate venue. He brought it -- like always. Nice mix pulling from whole catalogue and throwing in some timely covers, as always. Jamie is the consummate performer.
- Jamie Cullum fan about Amsterdam, Netherlands on Wed, 29 Oct 2014
Amazing performers. Nice intimate venue. I enjoyed every minute of it.
- Jamie Cullum fan about Bochum, Germany on Wed, 27 Aug 2014
It was a great concert with a lot of energy frim the band and from the spectators. I was sick, but still had a BLAST! The atmosphere was so electrifying! Unbelievable concert. Only caveat: The final two pieces of the encore were very calm and quite songs which dampened the mood a bit. We were all so melancholic that ni more energy to spur Jamie on for even more was left....That was well played, Jamie. ;-)
- Jamie Cullum fan about Vienne, France on Mon, 07 Jul 2014
What a show ! Jamie gave so much to us ! The best show I ever seen
- Jamie Cullum fan about San Francisco, US on Fri, 13 Jun 2014
More and more over the years his range has increased, each step with is touch that he adds to any song he choses or makes. He delivers both excitement, musical talent, and well composed show, among the best I have seen. His blend of styles and range of talent from beat-box to perfect bluse jazz melody, wind cries Mary \ Grand Torino. Unforgettable show, wish I could have seen it twice.
- Juliette about San Francisco, US on Fri, 13 Jun 2014
Loved it! — I dearly do dig the range contemporary jazz in this show, and the jams really make the live experience. Drums, piano, brass and even a bass makes a sturdy mix of instruments. The audience singing was a lot of fun & Jamie gave us a generous encore. … This will surely soothe me until I can make a visit back home to New Orleans. :-) The range reminds me of many places I used to hang. Next time Jamie Cullum performs where I am, you can count me as ticketed.
- Jamie Cullum fan about Portland, US on Wed, 11 Jun 2014
Jamie C. Thank you for an amazing evening!!!
- Jamie Cullum fan about St Louis, US on Sun, 08 Jun 2014
First time seeing Jamie live. Absolutely amazing and beyond my already high expectations.
- Jamie Cullum fan about Chicago, US on Sat, 07 Jun 2014
One of the best concerts I have been to. BRING HIM BACK PLEASE!! He is a musical genius. The venue was also very great. My drink was lovely and the people working were very kind. If you are looking for place that really puts on a show, Park West is the best (See what I did there?). Treat yourself and GO!
- Redstiletto about Toronto, Canada on Thu, 05 Jun 2014
Wow... I attended this concert last night in Toronto, and I think I can honestly say without a doubt, this was the best concert I've been to. Jamie's incredible talent coupled with his amazing energy and obvious passion for what he does made for a truly amazing experience.
I've loved Jamie's music for years now, but until last night I hadn't got to witness his live performance and let's just say... if you want to view paradise... see this brilliant young man perform live. He had everyone out of their seats and on their feet, he had me dancing in the aisle at Love for Sale, whooping, giggling with glee for the rest of the concert and standing silent with tears running down my face with his finale of Gran Torino. Absolutley, friggin, awesome! Thank you Jamie... please come back again soon.
- DawnTully about Boston, US on Sun, 01 Jun 2014
Though I'd heard that performances by this young man and his troupe were outstanding I was not prepared for just HOW outstanding. His/their interaction with the audience was superior. The stage at House of Blues allows attendees to be plastered up against it, to the delight of so many, especially when he jumped down into the audience, microphone in hand, continued with his song (Young Love) while sooooo many smart phones were trained on him. Posed with many, even while performing - outstanding.
His musicians were a talented team, almost everyone had multiple instruments in play throughout every song. The sax and trumpet players were seriously multi-dimensional, sometimes playing 2 instruments at once.
For me the highlight of the evening was the look of humility on the face of Jamie Cullum when he turned the microphone on the piano to the audience who finished the song of the moment. He liberally expressed, without using any words of his own, how humbling it was to him for an entire audience to know all the words to "All at Sea".
Of note was the range of ages in the audience, 20 Somethings (HA! pun intended) to 70 somethings. We decided this is a modern day jazz musician while trying to describe Jamie Cullum to the hotel clerk. Your thoughts?
If ever the opportunity comes around again for me to see this guy live, I'll be there - there simply is no substitute for the creativity offered an artist in a live performance vs. in the studio, and Jamie Cullum and his band personify that statement.
Bravo, come back again please.
- Jamie Cullum fan about Boston, US on Sun, 01 Jun 2014
Incredible music and performance. Great venue too. I just got a new hip ant the house of blues staff couldn't have been more accomodating--letting me move off the main floor standing to folding seats one floor up.