The book may have been released overseas, but those of us in North America are still waiting for the official release here. There’s no need to order from UK sites, preorder you copy from Running Press and it will be delivered soon enough (It’s official release here is NOV 18). You can preorder Ed Sheeran: A Visual Journey from a number of sites including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million & Indiebound. For more information on this release check out where you can also read and excerpt from the book before it’s release.



Now until November 13th, we can vote and secure nominations for Ed Sheeran over at, then November 14th the final nominations will be announced where we will be able to vote for Ed to win the awards.

Ed is currently in the voting for “Favorite Male Artist” & “Favorite Album“. We can also write his name in for “Favorite Song“. Example: “Don’t” Ed Sheeran.



1075 The River is giving you a chance to win tickets to the show and backstage passes for a private performance and meet n greet with Ed Sheeran. Enter Online here. They’re also giving away passes on air every day this week at 7:50am & 5:50pm.

Here are some clips from today’s Howard Stern show.

There are five clips from Ed’s appearance.  Hover over the clips to get a sidebar to scroll to the later clips.

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SiriusXM Live Chat Tomorrow!

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Tomorrow morning after Howard Stern, Ed will do a live chat on Sirius XM’s facebook page. The chat will start at 10:00am ET / 07:00am PST. You’ll need to like sirius xm to take part in the chat, so you may want to do that now instead of later.


America’s Got Talent

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Ed will performing on American’s Got Talent on Wednesday. For those of you in the New York City area you can request tickets to the show here.


America’s Got Talent is back at Radio City Music Hall! Join host Nick Cannon and judges Howard Stern, Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum and Mel B in NYC for the live shows!

There is only 1 LIVE taping per day. We issue tickets for that one taping across 4 arrival times throughout the day, to minimize crowds. No arrival time is better than the other, tickets are evenly dispersed. Please only sign up for tickets at one arrival time per day.

JOIN US ON FACEBOOK!! Be in the know!!! We post on Facebook when the email notifications are going out and we have weekly contests for VIP PRIORITY UPGRADES!


Place your bid to attend an intimate, live performance with MIX artist Ed Sheeran the afternoon of Tuesday, September 16, 2014 at the Allstate Arena.

Limited to just 25 people and their guests, the top 25 bids will receive access to this special performance and a pair of tickets to see Ed Sheeran in concert later that night at the Allstate Arena.

We’ll take bids from 7:00am Thursday until 3:00pm Friday (09/05/2014). Bidding starts at $150 and will be accepted in $10.00 increments. This incredible concert package is only available through this special online auction.

Proceeds from this auction will benefit the Eric & Kathy Radiothon for Lurie Children’s Hospital.

Bid On This Auction Here


Jimmy Kimmel Live Tonight

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Don’t forget to watch Ed on Jimmy Kimmel Live tonight on ABC at 11:35/10:35c


Review: San Jose Review

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Ed Sheeran stood alone onstage and looked out at the 8,000-plus fans assembled before him on Tuesday at the SAP Center in San Jose. The British singer-songwriter-guitarist, who turned 23 in February, seemed amazed by the scene.

“I’m still quite surprised that so many people are interested,” said Sheeran, adding that he’s only headlined a few arena shows to date.

He’d better get used to it, because it doesn’t look like the crowds are going to get any smaller in the near future.

Sheeran is, without a doubt, one of the fastest rising stars in all of popular music. His 2014 sophomore effort, “X,” is a massive hit, having topped the charts in the U.S. and several other countries. It’s especially popular in Sheeran’s native U.K., where “X” spent a staggering eight weeks at No. 1 on the charts — thus tying Sheeran with singer James Blunt (2005’s “Back to Bedlam”) for longest reign by a male artist.

Not bad for a guy who lost this year’s best new artist Grammy to Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. Of course, Sheeran rebounded nicely over this past weekend, topping Eminem, Pharrell Williams and others as “Sing” was named best male video at the MTV Video Music Awards.

Yet, it’s not just the sales figures and award nominations that are pushing Sheeran to super stardom. He also plays the fame game surprisingly well, drawing headlines for feuding with Miley Cyrus, appearing in an ALS Ice Bucket Challenge video with Courteney Cox, palling around with Taylor Swift and writing songs for One Direction.

No wonder he’s moved up to playing major sports arenas.

The crowd size, however, is just about the only thing that has changed about Sheeran’s shows. The thoroughly entertaining gig he delivered at SAP Center was vastly similar to the one I saw him put on last year at the 2,300-capacity Warfield theater in San Francisco.

Sure, he now has some fancy video screens behind him, and another album’s worth of material, but he still goes about his business the same way.

“My job is to entertain you for the next two hours,” said Sheeran, who uttered basically the same thing at the Warfield. “Your job is to be entertained.”

Both sides held up their ends of the deal — and then some. The crowd numbered some 8,500 strong, but it sounded like there were 85,000 in the building as Sheeran took the stage alone and began playing the new album’s “I’m a Mess.” The young, mostly female audience was engaged throughout the show, singing along in high-pitched voices as Sheeran rolled out such fan favorites as “Lego House” and “Drunk” (both from 2011’s multi-million-selling debut “+”).

Sheeran performed solo throughout the show, holding our attention with just his versatile voice, acoustic guitar work, fine sense of humor and some 21st century high-tech wizardry. As far as the latter goes, Sheeran utilizes “live loops” technology as well as anyone I’ve ever seen. He uses foot pedals to record himself playing a short guitar or vocal part, then plays it back as he moves on to record the next segment. He gets several of these “loops” going at once, synchronized so that it sounds like a full band is playing live onstage. It’s confusing to explain, but awesome to witness.

Sheeran saved his best for last, closing out the roughly two-hour show with a marathon take on “You Need Me, I Don’t Need You” before hitting the jackpot with “Gold Rush” and then delivering fine renditions of his two best-known songs — “The A Team” and “Sing.”

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Ed helped with Courteney Cox’s Ice Bucket Challenge. Watch it below and if you didn’t watch Ed’s ice bucket challenge you can watch that here. If you would like to learn more about ALS please check out