As a young singer/songwriter/instrumentalist, James first came to international attention in a band called Love and Money. Signed to Phonogram at just 18 years old, James wrote four classic albums for the band, including the astonishingly mature Strange Kind of Love. Recording in New York, he worked with producers such as Gary Katz of Steely Dan and Tom Dowd (who produced Rod Stewart, Eric Clapton and Aretha Franklin). The albums produced several hit singles, racked up silver disc sales and created a devoted world-wide fanbase. He has performed or toured with artists as diverse as U2, Nanci Griffiths, Tina Turner, and BB King and continues to write and perform as a solo artist.
"One of Scotland's most gifted songwriters… and what a marvellous singer he is, too, spanning darkly burnished baritone depths and searing soulful intensity." Scotsman
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