James Blunt is touring and this is your chance to get tickets to see this famous English singer-songwriter play live. Blunt burst onto the music scene with the release of his hugely successful debut album Back to Bedlam back in 2004. The album contained hits such as "You're Beautiful" and "Goodbye My Lover" and sold over 11 million copies around the world. In fact, Back to Bedlam was the UK's best-selling album of the 2000s. James Blunt has gone on to release four more albums, his most recent being The Afterlove, released in 2017 and featuring songwriting help from music superstars Ed Sheeran and One Republic's Ryan Tedder. So, for your chance to see this singer live and on tour, get your James Blunt tickets here at Ticketbis!
James Blunt the Afterlove Tour
James Blunt announced that he would be going on a world tour to promote his new album The Afterlove. The tour starts in Mexico City and on August 20 and will also go to Europe, South America and Asia. Tickets are sure to sell-out as the cheeky singer not only brings his brilliant voice and songs to the stage but also his trademark banter. James Blunt has also toured with Ed Sheeran, playing as the opening act in Ed Sheeran's tour of North America. US fans will be waiting to see if James Blunt releases dates for his solo tour in the USA. Get to sing along to some of his greatest tracks and singles and enjoy every moment of his incredible concerts. Don’t miss out on this opportunity and buy your James Blunt Tickets here and now! You never know when he might be back, so don’t miss the boat and attend a show that you will never forget.
James Blunt - The Army Years
It may seem strange to think that the singer of "Goodbye My Lover" was a soldier, but that in fact is true. James Blunt reached the rank of captain in the Household Cavalry Regiment and also volunteered to join the NATO forces in Kosovo in 1999. Blunt took his guitar with him to war and had it strapped on the outside of his tank. He would occasionally perform to troops or the locals of Kosova and it was during his time in Kosovo that he wrote his famous anti-war single, "No Bravery".