James Blunt Lands Sitcom Role JAMES BLUNT Is Reportedly Set To Show

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The following year, he released his second album All the Lost Souls (2007). From Harrow School he gained an army-sponsored place at the University of Bristol, where he first studied aerospace manufacturing engineering and then subsequently moved on to the study of sociology. in 1999, he served as an armoured reconnaissance officer in the NATO deployment in Kosovo. Initially assigned to reconnaissance of the Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia -Yugoslavia border, Blunt and his unit worked ahead of the front lines directing forces and targeting Serb positions for the NATO bombing campaign. His unit was given the assignment of securing the Pristina International Airport in advance of the 30,000-strong peacekeeping force; the Russian army had moved in and taken control of the airport before his unit’s arrival. A keen skier, Blunt captained the Household Cavalry alpine ski team in Verbier, Switzerland, eventually becoming champion skier of the entire Royal Armoured Corps. His live performances, mainly in support of better known musicians, received somewhat mixed but generally favourable reviews. Blunt’s lack of performing experience and inconsistent approach with audiences was commented upon, while his music was likened to that of Damien Rice and David Gray.

James Blunt lands sitcom role JAMES BLUNT is reportedly set to show off his acting skills in a new sitcom. [link]

Blunt Frustrated With RAF Failings Singer JAMES BLUNT Has Taken Aim At

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After recording on the independent American label Custard Records, Blunt won two Brit Awards, two MTV Video Music Awards, two Ivor Novello Awards, and by 2006 was nominated for five Grammy Awards. Blunt was enrolled at Elstree School in Woolhampton in Berkshire, before continuing to Harrow School in Harrow on the Hill in north-west London (Elmfield House) on an army bursary. One of his first assignments was to British Army Training Unit Suffield in Alberta, Canada, where his battalion was posted for six months in 1998 to act as the opposing army in combat training exercises. Initially assigned to reconnaissance of the Macedonia-Yugoslavia border, Blunt and his unit worked ahead of the front lines directing forces and targeting Serb positions for the NATO bombing campaign. There were less intense moments during Blunt’s Kosovo assignment, however. It was while on duty there that he wrote the song “No Bravery”. The extensive airplay ultimately led to Blunt and his co-writers being awarded the Ivor Novello Award for Most Performed Work. Blunt started off 2006 celebrating five Brit Award nominations, going on to win Best British male solo artist and Best pop act categories, having already started an 11-month tour that would take him around the world.

Blunt frustrated with RAF failings Singer JAMES BLUNT has taken aim at Royal Air Force bosses over his three failed trips to Afghanistan, branding the incidents “inefficient and costly”. [link]

Everyone In Music World Knows About James Blunts Talent

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Everyone in music world knows about James Blunt’s talent. No matter in a theater or stadium, his tours always come with a high level of intensity. Ne-Yo has a way of making first-rate videos that win awards. With the latest success of his tune s, he may be looking at a Grammy nomination.. Stay on top of Travis McCoy chatter here at Celebrity Sewer.
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James Hillier Blount Born 22 February 1974 Better Known By His Stage

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James Hillier Blount (born 22 February 1974), better known by his stage name James Blunt, is an English singer-songwriter and musician, and former army officer, whose debut album, Back to Bedlam and single releases, including “You’re Beautiful” and “Goodbye My Lover”, brought him to fame in 2005. Worldwide, Blunt has sold over 15 million albums, and his debut album, Back to Bedlam, is the best-selling album of the 2000s in the UK. James stated on an interview in his Back to Bedlam sessions that he chose to join the military as “his Father was pushing for it, so that Blunt could obtain a secure work placement and income”. According to Blunt’s own account of the incident he refused to follow orders from NATO command to attack the Russians.

James Franco Felt “trapped” By The P…

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The following year, he released his second album All the Lost Souls (2007). Blunt was an officer in the Life Guards, a Cavalry regiment of the British Army, and served under NATO in Kosovo during the conflict there in 1999. While posted to Kosovo, Blunt was introduced to the work of Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF or “Doctors Without Borders”).

James Franco criticises Oscars script James Franco has admitted he was unhappy with the material he was given to present at this year’s Academy Awards. James Franco felt “trapped” by the p… [link]