We at Music for All are getting ready for the World’s First 5G Music lesson with Jamie Cullum on June 25th – see the details here: http://musicforall.org.uk/5gmusic/
Over the course of the next week, we’ll be sharing regular updates revealing more information about the event and the band.

Today we are delighted to announce the opening of our online raffle, giving you the chance to win one of the following prizes:
• One of twenty autographed CDs of Jamie Cullum’s new Album, Taller!
• One of twenty autographed vinyl LPs of Jamie’s new album!
• Tickets for two to see The Who at Wembley Stadium on 6th July, kindly donated by EE!
All the proceeds go to support the work of Music for All, and buying more tickets increases your chance of winning. Buy your tickets here: https://jamie5gmusicforall.zaffo.com/#/ticket-select

Or if you’d just like to make a donation to Music for All, see here https://musicforall.org.uk/donate-fundraise/

And, whilst we have you….an introduction to our first 5G Band Member – guitarist Jeremy Levif!

About me:
“Hi! My name is Jeremy Moby Levif and I am a 28-year old singer-songwriter. Originally from Lyon in France, I moved to Scotland where I work as a Languages Teacher during the week and play live gigs at weekends. Music and playing live are a huge passion of mine, which I feel so grateful to be able to do in my free time.”

Thoughts on 5G Live with Jamie:
“Jamie Cullum has been a driving inspiration in my music journey since I was 19 years old. I could not be more grateful and over the moon to be part of such a ground-breaking and charitable project, involving one of my all-time musical heroes.“

Here’s Jeremy’s initial reaction on hearing the news of his selection for the band:
https://drive.google.com/open…

(Photo by @Cyril Alister Lestage)
(Video by @ Petrus Photography )

This event is in aid of the Music for All charity

The event is made possible via the kind support of the following partners:

@EE
King’s College London
University of Bristol Smart Internet Lab
Royal Birmingham Conservatoire
Yamaha Music
City of London Corporation: City View
we the curious
And of course we are delighted to be working with Jamie Cullum!