edsheeranbookEd Sheeran fans in North America, his book Ed Sheeran: A Visual Journey is now available in stores! This would make a great christmas gift for any Ed Sheeran fan, so head out and get it today. Should be available in any major retail/book store. It’s also available online via Amazon, Barnes & Noble + more.




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Tune into the MTV EMA’s tonight! American fans will be able to watch the awards later tonight on MTV & MTV2, check your local listings for the correct time in your area. It should be roughly 7pm for everyone (in USA) though.  If you’d like to watch them live head over to tv.mtvema.com/live where you can watch the show along with live feeds from backstage and more!



Running Press is currently running a contest for US residents (18+) to win a one of a kind signed Phillip Butah print. For more details please check out RunningPress.com. While you’re there if you haven’t yet preordered Ed Sheeran: A Visual Journey, get to it! Book is out November 18th.

Hoodie Allen has released his latest music video for his song All About It that features Ed. Watch below.

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 Runningpress.com where you can also read and excerpt from the book before it’s release.



People’s Choice Awards

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Now until November 13th, we can vote and secure nominations for Ed Sheeran over at vote.peopleschoice.com, 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.


Ed premiered his latest music video for Thinking Out Loud today on youtube. Watch it below.


New Tour Dates Added

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Ed and his team have announced a handful of datess for next February. Check out the dates below. Tickets will go on sale this Wednesday at 10am BST
Thursday, 12th || Czech Republic, Prague, Forum Karlin || Buy Tickets
Friday, 13th || Poland, Warsaw, Torwar Hall || Buy Tickets
Sunday, 15th || Lithuania, Vilnius, Siemens Arena || Buy Tickets
Monday, 16th || Latvia, Riga, Arena Riga || Buy Tickets
Tuesday, 17th || Estonia, Tallinn, Saku Arena || Buy Tickets

They call themselves Sheerios, and they were out in full force Tuesday night at a nearly sold out Xfinity Center to see their idol, British singer-songwriter – and amazingly talented acoustic guitarist – Ed Sheeran.

After a spirited performance by the English dance/pop group Rudimental, the large stage at the outdoor venue was stripped down to two microphones, a few monitors, and a loop pedal station that provided high-tech instrumentation including background licks, layered vocal harmonies and some seriously cool reverberation.

When the 23-year-old Sheeran took to the stage at 8:30 p.m., the shrieks from the predominantly female audience were ear piercing. During Sheeran’s nearly-two-hour, 16-song set, his female admirers yelled, “I love you” and similar sentiments dozens of times – prompting the musician to start laughing and say “shhhh” during one of his mellow songs.

Wearing an open navy blue and red checkered flannel shirt over a black T-shirt, black jeans, and black high-top sneakers, Sheeran opened with “I’m a Mess” off of the recently released “x,” his second studio album.

At the end of the song, he engaged the crowd with light banter that continued throughout the show.

“My name is Ed,” Sheeran said before his second song, the popular “Lego House.” “My job for the next two hours is to entertain you, and your job for the next two hours is to be entertained.”

Mission accomplished on both ends, as Sheeran poured his heart into each song, whether it was a funky rap number, an upbeat rocker or a melodious ballad that showcased this young performer’s impressive vocal abilities.

Sheeran, who played several different acoustic guitars during the performance, has been called a one-man band. Nowhere was the accuracy behind that moniker more apparent than on “Bloodstream” (off his newest release). During the song, which came about halfway through his set, Sheeran rocked out, strumming his guitar feverishly while keeping a steady backbeat as he drummed on the body of the instrument and built to a crescendo (accompanied by flashing strobe lights) that drove the cheering crowd wild.

While Sheeran encouraged the audience during many of his songs to sing along – and even held a who-can-sing-the-loudest competition between two halves of the crowd – he asked everyone to “rest your voices and just chill” when he sang the beautiful ballad “Afire Love,” which is about his late grandfather’s battle with Alzheimer’s. The audience obliged, turning their smart phones to flashlight mode and holding them high above their heads so a sea of shining lights filled the amphitheater.

Other show highlights included the popular “You Need Me, I Don’t Need You,” “One,” “Drunk,” and “The A-Team.”

Sheeran capped off the night with the pop/R&B-influenced “Sing,” the lead single off “x.” And with that, having accomplished his previously stated goal, he left the audience more than adequately entertained.

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