A thoughtful performer with a distinctive voice and a knack for crafting melodic contemporary soft rock tunes, James Blunt is best known for his international chart-topping single "You're Beautiful," a mournful ode to unrequited love. It was the second single from his debut album, 2004's Back to Bedlam, which became the U.K.'s top-selling album in 2005. Success soon followed in the U.S., where the song hit number one and the album went to number two early the next year. A former British Army officer, Blunt remained an international Top Ten artist through releases such as his optimistic third long-player, 2010's Some Kind of Trouble and 2017's The Afterlove, a more polished fifth full-length that saw him join forces with songwriter/producers including Ed Sheeran. Born in Tidworth, Wiltshire, England, in 1974 to a family with a long ...
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