Saturday, 15 October 2011

Friday Roundup: Terrified


Let's go straight to the best news of the week! We already knew that the latest album from Jamie Cullum is due for release in 2012. But if you caught Jamie's radio show on Tuesday, you will have heard him announce that after the London show, he will be heading into the studio to record the new album

In other news:
  • Jamie plays his last full band show this Tuesday (October 18th) at the HMV Forum in London. There are only a few tickets left! Check back on the blog for reviews
  • You can win tickets to this show from Q The Music. Competition closes today!
  • Find out what Jamie's Sonic Top 10 is
  • Did you read the excellent article in the Telegraph about Jamie's Perfect Weekend?
  • Jamie received a standing ovation for his show in Bath last Saturday, where he played along with the Silver Ring Choir for a charity concert. Ben Cullum also took to the stage. Read reviews here and here
  • It has been announced that Jamie will play a charity concert in Eindhoven on November 22nd
  • Tonight was the ninth and final night of Georgia Mancio's ReVoice! Festival. Check out the first night's 4 star review in the Evening Standard
  • Opening today is Joe Simpson's art exhibition featuring a portrait of Jamie. Details here
  • Sophie Dahl is at the Thame Arts & Literature Festival tomorrow (October 15th)
  • If you subscribe to the official Jamie Cullum mailing list, you should have received an email yesterday with the chance to win a signed 2Day lyric sheet so don't forget to enter!
  • Australian singer-songwriter Lucy Mason is supporting Jamie on Tuesday. My interview with Lucy will be up soon
Don't miss:
  • This Tuesday's BBC Radio 2 show features a session with New Orleans jazz funk and rap trumpeter Trombone Shorty
  • The public vote re-opens on Monday for The Big Audition. It's down to the final 10 now, so make sure you vote to keep your favourite in the competition
  • Anthony Strong continues his Delovely UK tour, stopping off this weekend at  Basingstoke and Hastings - www.anthonystrong.co.uk
  • It's just over 3 weeks until Jamie Cullum Day! Hope you will join in the fun on the day. The new competition will also be launched then


With the new Jamie Cullum album on the horizon, I will leave you this time with a trip back to 2007 when Jamie was still working on what was to become The Pursuit...





Thanks for reading!

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