Today we close the J’s series – my favorite singers with the name starting with J – and I am afraid there are no girls making the top 5 on my list. But they will show up here eventually, just not on this series.
Well, the guy from today is another British (what a surprise!!) and yes, he is definitely the youngest to make the list. He signed his first contract after a fan uploaded a video to YouTube of him performing at an open mic in London and a week later he signed up with Republic Records A&R, releasing his first EP, Continue reading →
Today I’m gonna bring to you the fourth singer on the J’s series and I know, it is again a guy, sorry girls.
James Andrew Arthur, our fourth J is the third British, the youngest so far and he is the winner of the ninth season of the X-Factor (2012) – which made him the first contestant who’s been both: bottom two and winner.
His cover for the song Impossible of Shontelle became the fatest-selling The X-Factor winner’s single so far and it holds the best-selling winners single ever, overtaking Continue reading →
Today is a beautiful day, or at least I hope it will be and I am ready to present to you the third of my favorite and the second James on my list; he started his career singing after leaving the British Army and, although it wasn’t a great start, he didn’t give up and after releasing 3 singles for his first album, he hit the target and became known worldwide.
James Hillier Blount recorded his first album Back To Bedlam (2003) in Los Angeles and with the two first singles – HighandWisemen – he didn’t get much attention from the media or public but after releasing You’re Beautiful, Continue reading →
I’m alright and ready to bring another singer for you guys and this time is a guy who, at least for me, makes me feel at easy just by his name – probably because if I hear his name I immediately think about his music and his music makes me feel relaxed and in good mood.
Born in 1977, Jason Thomas Mraz is an American singer-songwriter and he started his career playing at the coffee house Java Joe’s in the neighborhood of San Diego where he performed once a week for nearly three years. Java Joe was also the place where he recorded his live acoustic album Live at Java Joe’s – the album contain songs like 1000 Things, You and I Both and Halfway Home, performing with percussionist Rivera and Continue reading →