8 Sep 2013, London
Jamie Cullum
Jamie Cullum
Sun 8 Sep 2013 Hyde Park
Gaining Momentum

No stranger to the BBC Radio 2 airwaves, musician Jamie Cullum will be taking to the stage at Hyde Park to wow audiences with his own brand of jazz-pop.

He self-funded his debut album, Pointless Nostalgia, which he made while studying English and Film at Reading University. Since then he's collaborated with the likes of Pharrell Williams and covered songs such as Frank Sinatra's I Get a Kick Out of You.

He worked non-stop for seven years as he promoted album Twentysomething, released in 2004. Cullum is currently a presenter on BBC Radio 2, but as he continues to release material he’ll be swapping the studio for the stage at Hyde Park.

No stranger to the BBC Radio 2 airwaves, musician Jamie Cullum will be taking to the stage at Hyde Park to wow audiences with his own brand of jazz-pop.

He self-funded his debut album, Pointless Nostalgia, which he made while studying English and Film at Reading University. Since then he's collaborated with the likes of Pharrell Williams and covered songs such as Frank Sinatra's I Get a Kick Out of You.

He worked non-stop for seven years as he promoted album Twentysomething, released in 2004. Cullum is currently a presenter on BBC Radio 2, but as he continues to release material he’ll be swapping the studio for the stage at Hyde Park.