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Posted 13 October 2017 15:44


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First concert of The Afterlove World Tour in Stuttgart, Germany!

James and the band now formed by:
Ben Castle, John Garrison, Karl Brazil and Chris Pemberton

https://twitter.com/KarlBrazilDrums/status/918576859318800385

Support act: Jamie Lawson
https://www.instagram.com/p/BaLl-1Ghu25/?taken-by=jamielawsonmusic
Warming up backstage in Stuttgart last night. I might try and go live on a few of these warm ups so keep your eyes peeled. Jx

James is currently testing a live stream from Munich. Stay tuned!
https://www.facebook.com/jamesblunt/videos/10159474116930424/

Review & pics:
http://www.stuttgarter-nachrichten.de/inhalt.james-blunt-in-der-schleyerhalle-in-stuttgart-lief-alles-schon-wie-am-schnuerchen.e6296cef-75bb-4eae-b370-b963587d7c42.html

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Posted 13 October 2017 21:47


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A good interview on antenne 1 in Stuttgart (Downloadable podcast)

http://www.antenne1.de/musik/podcasts/der-antenne-1-star-podcast-james-blunt.html

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Posted 13 October 2017 22:17


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Review & photos via N-News.de (Die Stuttgarter Online-Zeitung) 14/10/2017

http://www.n-news.de/?p=80418

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Posted 06 January 2019 20:27


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Review & pictures by a blogger.

http://www.houseinthesand.com/2017/10/gig-photos-james-blunt-at-schleyer.html

Headliner: James Blunt

Now, how should be introducing you to James Blunt? By copying his Wikipedia page?

Or by trying to sum up everything he's done within 15 years of being in this industry?

Well, we think it's best for you to check out his indepth interview-like bio, over on his website. It's a brilliant piece that gives you a great idea of what the artist is like.

So, here's the thing - before seeing James Blunt live, I didn't know much about him.

Of course, I knew "You're Beautiful", "1973" and his Twitter account. But that's just common Pop culture knowledge, right?

After the show, I knew about his skills to actually play multiple instruments, his gratitude towards his fans, the deeper meanings of his songs and that he's actual as funny as his tweets.

From the moment he went on stage, right until he left after the third encore - the crowd was with him and focused on his every word.

It was super refreshing to see an artist connect with his audience with such gratitude. James interacted with the crowd from the first song on - and the crowd happily fulfilled his requests to clap and sing along.

The mixture of upbeat tracks such, powerful statements and piano based ballads all created a perfect combination for pleasant evening.

What impressed me more than anything, was his song "Someone Singing Along" and the backdrop during the song. He showed clips of his relevant music video for the track and it seemed to have an effect on the crowd.

It was beautiful to see an artist use his platform to address issues that involve all of us, especially in times as the one we are in right now.

Apart from the serious songs, James Blunt showcased his wit, his energetic performances and his fantastic light show.

With remarks such as stating how he was "Ed Sheeran's bitch for three months" whilst being on tour with him, or how he replied with "Thank you, Papi" when a random man in the audience shouted "You're beautiful!" at him, he got a lot of laughter from the audience.

I arrived with little knowledge, but definitely left feeling well impressed by James Blunt.

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