Singer/songwriter James Blunt is one of popular music's biggest success stories of recent years. Blunt's thoughtful and melodic folk-tinged songs are inspired by - and follow very much in the footsteps of - other British singer/songwriters such as Leo Sayer, Rod Stewart, Cat Stevens and Gilbert O'Sullivan. Blunt's third single, 'You're Beautiful', established him as a major international star, making the number one spot on both sides of the Atlantic, becoming the first British artist to top the American singles chart in nearly a decade. The song also became one of the biggest hits of summer 2005 all across Europe. His debut album, 'Back To Bedlam', was phenomenally successful -- selling over 11 million copies and topping the album charts in 16 territories worldwide. It sold over three million copies in the UK alone, and entered the Guinness Book of Records for the fastest selling album in one year. In 2006 alone Blunt won a host of top awards, including two BRIT Awards - for Best British male solo artist and Best pop act - and two Ivor Novello awards, as well as being nominated for five Grammy Awards. In this superb concert filmed in Toulouse in November of 2008 James Blunt performs the songs that have made him a household name all over the world, including his big hits 'You're Beautiful', 'High', 'Goodbye My Lover', 'Carry Me Home' and '1973'. Demonstrating Blunt's ability to write about more serious matters is the harrowing and highly-effective 'No Bravery', a moving song about his experiences whilst part of the NATO peacekeeping force in Kosovo.