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James Morrison (Singer)
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    (August 13, 1984- )
    Born in Rugby, Warwickshire, United Kingdom
    Birth name is James Morrison Catchpole
    Recorded the singles 'Broken Strings,' 'You Make It Real,' 'You Give Me Something,' 'Wonderful World,' 'The Pieces Don't Fit Anymore,' 'Please Don't Stop The Rain,' 'Up,' 'Slave To The Music' and 'I Won't Let You Go'
    Recorded the albums 'Undiscovered,' 'Songs For You, Truths For Me' and 'The Awakening'
    He shares his name with an actor and the late frontman for The Doors.
    He said in regards to his hometown 'The best thing is I've got memories of being a kid there and the worst thing is I've got memories of being a kid there.'
    He suffered from low self esteem during his school years.
    He looks like a younger version of Donald Sutherland.
    He often performed in bars during his high school years.
    His signature voice was a result of a bout of whooping cough as a child.
    He grew up in poverty, and often moved around as a result.
    He writes many of his own songs, which are mostly about his life experiences.
    He often dedicates his albums to his childhood friend Lydia Collins, who succumbed to leukemia.
    His voice has been compared to many notable blues artists such as Al Green and Otis Redding.

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