When Ed Sheeran posted a photo with Courteney Cox back in 2013 we thought, “Wow, that’s random. But all celebrities must know each other.” Wrong. Early yesterday, Sheeran posted a tweet announcing that Cougar Town will premiere a snippet of his brand new song on their final season. Was this whole friendship just a drawn out plan to drop an amazing new song in the sneakiest way possible? Everything makes sense now…
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Ed Sheeran is kicking off VH1 Storytellers Live with a performance at Whelan’s in Dublin, Ireland, on January 24, and you — yes, you — can be there to see it all go down live. Tickets to watch Sheeran’s intimate performance will be made available here starting this Friday, January 16. Even better news? The tickets are FREE.
YOK alum and Grammy-nominated Ed Sheeran cites Damien Rice as the artist who first inspired him to make music. In a new series, VH1 Storytellers Live, airing later this month, Sheeran will put on a live performance at the venue where he first saw Rice perform: Whelan’s in Dublin, Ireland.
Over the years, tattoos have moved from being viewed as a form of rebellion reserved for select subcultures to fairly mainstream. With this growing popularity comes artists often being impulsively moved to express themselves via skin art. While some musicians become known for signature pieces that go down in cultural history, others simply have their idiocy immortalized for the world’s collective raised eyebrows. Lady Gaga, Ed Sheeran, Miley Cyrus and Drake are just some of the many celebs who got inked this past year with some interesting (and occasionally questionable) tats.
Artists are just like us —when they really like a song, they aren’t shy about belting it out. But instead of merely singing in the shower, they actually perform it with instruments, lights, an audience and the whole bit! December You Oughta Knowartist Hozier, as well as fellowYOK alums Ed Sheeran and Lorde, are just a few of the talented musicians who have covered other artists this year, and their renditions are still stuck in our head. Find out whose covers might have bested the original.
“Thinking Out Loud” is the quintessential wedding song of 2014 from YOK AlumEd Sheeran‘s latest album X. The following five covers don’t top Sheeran’s adorable music video above, but they are beautiful renditions of the song. Grab a box of tissues and curl up to these “Thinking Out Loud” covers you need to hear.
Last night marked the very first BBC Music Awards and VH1′s very own You Oughta Know alum Ed Sheeran took home one of the biggest awards of the night. Sheeran beat out David Bowie, Sam Smith and others to score the title of British Artist of the Year. Watch the elated “Thinking Out Loud” singer give his acceptance speech and find out who else won high honors at the first annual music awards.
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