The Aftershow: James Blunt

Ben Homewood

Since he burst onto the scene with his No.1 debut record Back To Bedlam in 2005, James Blunt has been playing to adoring fans across the world. Ahead of his sixth album Once Upon A Mind, he looks back on a lively career in pop, from the effects of sudden fame and online criticism, to living in Ibiza and being a completely hopeless crowdsurfer...

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