James Blunt


Custard Records offered James Blunt a contract, after viewing a his performance at the South by Southwest Music Festival, and he then began work on his debut album. Back to Bedlam was released in 2004, featuring the songs “High,” “Wisemen,” and “You’re Beautiful,” which eventually became his breakout hit. The single reached into the Top Ten on both the Adult Contemporary and Adult Album Alternative charts. In addition, eight of album’s singles were featured on a variety of television shows, films, and ads, including Grey’s Anatomy, Undiscovered, and Sprint. “You’re Beautiful” was performed by James Blunt at the 2007 Grammy Awards, and the album eventually went on to sell eleven million copies and became the best selling album of the decade (2000s) in the UK. James Blunt followed up with All the Lost Souls in 2007, featuring the singles “1973,” “Same Mistake,” “Carry You Home,” and “I Really Want You.”  By the end of its first year of release, the album had sold 4.5 million copies worldwide. Some Kind of Trouble followed in 2010, featuring “Stay the Night,” “So Far Gone,” and “If Time Is All I Have.” James Blunt is an active supporter of a number of charities, including Doctors Without Borders and a variety of environmental causes. The trailer for An Inconvenient Truth was included at many of his concerts, and he performed at the Live Earth Concert in London in 2007.

James Blunt Song List

  • “You’re Beautiful”
  • “Goodbye My Lover”
  • “High”

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