About this Artist
Jamie Cullum is the U.K.’s best-selling jazz artist of all time, with 10 million records sold globally and spanning a career of 20 years that has seen him win an Ivor Novello award as well as Grammy and Brit Award nominations. Cullum has performed alongside artists as diverse as Herbie Hancock, Kendrick Lamar, St. Vincent, and Lang Lang and collaborated with the likes of Pharrell and Clint Eastwood. He co-wrote the score for Eastwood’s critically acclaimed film Gran Torino.
Cullum has carved out a career in tastemaking via his award-winning jazz show on BBC Radio 2, where he has showcased talent among British and international artists such as Gregory Porter and Jordan Rakei. He has also interviewed stars including Paul McCartney, Gil-Scott Heron, Kate Bush, Bill Murray, and Metallica’s Lars Ulrich. He also serves as a Mercury Prize judge.