Jamie Cullum performs live in NPR's Studio 1.
January 24, 2015 "I'm more of a communicator than a technician," says the self-taught, hugely successful UK jazz-pop artist. Hear him perform live in NPR's studios.
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In a concert from the Monterey Jazz Festival, Jamie Cullum links Gene Kelly's "Singin' in the Rain" to Rihanna's "Umbrella."
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September 24, 2009 At Monterey, Cullum links Gene Kelly's "Singin' in the Rain" to Rihanna's "Umbrella," segues from Cole Porter to Jimi Hendrix, delivers a personal manifesto on a Charles Mingus riff, leaps off the piano into the air and never lets his audience down.
December 5, 2005 Singer, songwriter Jamie Cullum has become a star by putting his mark on jazz piano. The Brit's new album, Catching Tales, is a collection of original compositions, jazz standards, and savvy covers of rock and pop classics.
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October 12, 2005 Better dance music from Franz Ferdinand; Unreleased bonus tracks by Talking Heads; Canada's indie pop quartet Wolf Parade; Ancient China and Appalachia with Wu Man; Home recordings from Charlie Sexton; Pop jazz crooner Jamie Cullum; New York art rock trio Nada Surf; Sonic adventures with The Fiery Furnaces; Brash, bold rock from The Constantines.
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