James Blunt was born on 22nd February 1974 and is originally from Wiltshire, England.
James Blunt shot to fame in 2007 with his delicate pop tracks “You’re Beautiful,” “High” and “Goodbye My Lover” from the smash hit album Back to Bedlam (2004).
In his earlier days, the multi-talented musician served time in the British Army as they had sponsored his education. It was during this time that he started working on his first album which made him a house-hold name.
All the Lost Souls (2007) secured his name in the charts with hit singles “1973,” ”Same Mistake” and “Carry You Home” earning him a substantial amount of attention, and gaining him two Brit Awards, two World Music Awards, two MTV Video Music Awards, an MTV European Music Award and five Grammy nominations.
Some Kind of Trouble (2010) fared extremely well, reaching number four in the UK Album Chart and selling 100,000 copies in the first week.