In the summer of 2000, James Morrison fronted a covers band with a repertoire of classics from the Sixties and Seventies. Playing five nights a week to packed pubs, he raked in a small fortune by the standards of any regular 16-year-old. He’d barely even dreamed of making it big, but what he achieved was remarkable. His five Top 10 singles all rank among the biggest of their era, including ‘You Give Me Something’ ‘Wonderful World’, and ‘Broken Strings’. It made for a devoted following which resulted in two chart-topping albums, 7 million record sales and a BRIT Award.