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James Blunt (born James Hillier Blount, 22 February 1974) is an English singer/songwriter whose debut album, Back to Bedlam, and single releases — especially the number one hit "You're Beautiful" — brought him to fame in 2005. He was born in Tidworth, Wiltshire, United Kingdom. His style is a mix of pop, rock and folk. Check our available James Blunt concert ticket inventory and get your tickets here at ConcertBank now. Sign up for an email alert to be notified the moment we have tickets!

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Tweet More Beautiful Blunt James Blunt's Moon Landing has all the heartfelt vulnerability you'd expect from the fellow who sang, "Goodbye My Lover," on Oprah. But if you thought Blunt could only pull off sentimental tearjerkers like his 2005 hit single, you're only half right. That's just where he excels. Blunt's latest album is proof that he can be a pop act, too, with a full band...
"I have never been a beautiful boy / never liked the sound of my own voice..." That autobiographical lyric is how British singer/songwriter James Blunt opens "Bones" from his fourth album, Moon Landing. When an artist possesses a truly distinct, pronouncedly different voice from the multitude, it can work beneficially or adversely. Many artists in such a position have experienced the sweet taste of success with a breakout single or album, only to later find themselves as "has-beens"...
James Blunt's "Moon Landing" album cover. (Handout / November 4, 2013) ...
James Blunt's ballads have always sounded emotionally lopsided, like inspirational speeches in search of a hard time. Compared to his past three albums, Moon Landing feels loose, almost rugged, though he still seems to bank on the fantasy of a world where most problems can be solved with a kind word or a warm bath. When he does beat his breast - like on "Bonfire Heart" or "Bones" - he does it gently...
There are easy targets, there's shooting fish in a barrel, and there's James Blunt. Ever since the former army captain appeared to take over the world by telling us all about how his life is brilliant and an unnamed 'angel' on the Tube was beautiful, his name seems to have become the musical byword for the colour beige and treated with a fair amount of disdain...
Riding on as much good communal feeling as the guy who gets his acoustic guitar out at a party and starts playing Wonderwall, James Blunt is here, still, with his fourth album on which he continues to tread the well-worn soft-rock/folk-pop path. Single Bonfire Heart (the video for which features him riding around Wyoming and Idaho on a motorbike taking pictures of poor people) is very radio-friendly but, like every other song on Moon Landing, essentially drippy...
Sound: The first song I heard of this album is probably the same as everybody else who bought it 'You're Beautiful'. When I heard that song on TV I was blown away by it, I don't know what it was but it was enough to make me buy the album. And I'm glad I did, some fantastic sounds going on, very simple but good acoustic guitar and all around fantastic music. // 9 Lyrics and Singing: Very powerful words in all songs. James Blunt sings with full on thought and emotion...
"I'm sorry," James Blunt seems to say, pleading with the millions who've turned their backs. "I didn't know. I thought you wanted more. I thought you wanted me to grow, to mature, to be inspired by something other than my poor track record at relationships. "I thought you wanted art, when you just wanted a melody." Rarely has an opening track been this much of an apology...
â??Everything that Iâ??m trying to say/ Just sounds like a worn-out cliché,â? James Blunt sings on â??Iâ??ll Be Your Man,â? a track off his new album, â??Some Kind of Troubleâ? â?" and he appears to be heading naysayers off at the pass. Then again, the Britain-bred singer-songwriter has never been a criticsâ?? darling: His smash hit â??Youâ??re Beautifulâ? and accompanying 2004 album â??Back to Bedlamâ? set the platinum standard for edgeless adult pop...
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