Jamie Cullum was born on August 20, 1979, in England. He is a jazz singer and songwriter, who plays guitar and the piano. Cullum is mostly known for his songs “Frontin”, “Everlasting Love”, and “I’m All Over It”. He holds several music awards, including British Jazz Award.
In 1999, Cullum recorded his first album Heard it All Before. Only 500 copies were released but it was enough to get the musician noticed. He was invited to record Geoff Gascoyne’s album Songs of the Summer.
In 2002, Cullum signed a contract with Candid Records and released his second album Pointless Nostalgic, which was more successful than the first LP and even received a golden certification in the UK.
In 2003, Jamie released his third album Twentysomething, which became a hit. It received a platinum certification, reached the third spot on the British Albums Chart and the 83rd spot on Billboard 200. By the end of 2003, Twentysomething became one of the best-selling jazz albums in the UK. The same year he received a British Jazz Award.