He’s sold two million copies of his album Twenty Something and has beaten all records any British jazz artist can dream of. He performed for the British queen, received compliments from top artists like Herbie Hancock, Elton John and Pharell Williams, while attracting young and old at international jazz and pop festivals. Because: Jamie Cullum dances up and down the keys of the grand piano on his sneakers and drums all kinds of rhythms on top of, underneath and even inside the instrument. The 25 year old pianist and singer became a superstar in no time, because of the refreshing, sometimes wilful and naughty twists he gave to corny , classic standards. After an ambitious tour in 2004 that took him and his trio (bassist Geoff Gascoyne and the Dutch drummer Sebastiaan de Krom) to America, Asia, Australia and many other places and festivals in Europe, he is currently working on a new CD.