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Ed Sheeran
Christopher Sheeran, MBE (/ˈʃɪərən/; born 17 February 1991) is an English singer, songwriter, guitarist, record producer, and actor. Sheeran was born in

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Ed Sheeran
MBE Sheeran performing in February 2013Background informationBirth name Edward Christopher SheeranBorn (1991-02-17) 17 February 1991 (age 27)
Halifax, West Yorkshire, EnglandOrigin Framlingham, Suffolk, EnglandGenres
  • Pop[1][2]
  • folk pop[3][4]
  • hip hop[2]
  • Singer-songwriter
  • record producer
  • guitarist
  • actor
  • Vocals
  • guitar
Years active 2004–presentLabels
  • Asylum
  • Atlantic
  • Elektra
Associated acts
  • James Blunt
  • One Direction
  • Rudimental
  • Stormzy
  • Taylor Swift
  • Yelawolf
  • Zeph Ellis
Website www.edsheeran.com

Edward Christopher Sheeran, MBE (/ˈʃɪərən/; born 17 February 1991) is an English singer, songwriter, guitarist, record producer, and actor. Sheeran was born in Halifax, West Yorkshire, and raised in Framlingham, Suffolk. He attended the Academy of Contemporary Music in Guildford as an undergraduate from the age of 18 in 2009. In early 2011, Sheeran independently released the extended play, No. 5 Collaborations Project.

After signing with Asylum Records, his debut album, + (pronounced "plus"), was released in September 2011. It topped the UK and Australian charts, reached number five in the US, and has since been certified seven-times platinum in the UK. The album contains the single "The A Team", which earned him the Ivor Novello Award for Best Song Musically and Lyrically. In 2012, Sheeran won the Brit Awards for Best British Male Solo Artist and British Breakthrough Act. "The A Team" was nominated for Song of the Year at the 2013 Grammy Awards, where he performed the song with Elton John.

His second studio album, x (pronounced "multiply"), was released in June 2014. It peaked at number one in the UK and the US. In 2015, x won the Brit Award for Album of the Year, and he received the Ivor Novello Award for Songwriter of the Year from the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors. His single from x, "Thinking Out Loud", earned him two Grammy Awards at the 2016 ceremony: Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance. In May 2016, x was named the second-best-selling album worldwide of 2015.

Sheeran's third album, ÷ (pronounced "divide"), was released in March 2017. The album debuted at number one in the UK, the US and other major markets. The first two singles from the album, "Shape of You" and "Castle on the Hill", were released in January 2017 and broke records in a number of countries, including the UK, Australia and Germany, by debuting in the top two positions of the charts. He also became the first artist to have two songs debut in the US top 10 in the same week. By March 2017, Sheeran had accumulated ten top 10 singles from ÷ on the UK Singles Chart, breaking the record for most top 10 UK singles from one album. His fourth single from ÷, "Perfect", reached number one in the UK (Christmas number one), Australia, and in the US. In April 2018, ÷ was named the best-selling album worldwide of 2017.

Sheeran has sold more than 26 million albums and 100 million singles worldwide, making him one of the world's best-selling music artists.[5] Two of his albums are in the list of the best-selling albums in UK chart history: x (at number 20) and ÷ (at number 34). As an actor, Sheeran has portrayed recurring roles on The Bastard Executioner and Home and Away. He also appeared as a Lannister soldier on Game of Thrones.

  • 1 Early life
  • 2 Music career
    • 2.1 2004–2010: Career beginnings
    • 2.2 2011–2013: + and international success
    • 2.3 2014–2015: ×
    • 2.4 2016–present: Hiatus and ÷
  • 3 Influences
  • 4 Other ventures
    • 4.1 Gingerbread Man records
    • 4.2 Charity
    • 4.3 Acting
  • 5 Personal life
  • 6 Awards and nominations
  • 7 Discography
  • 8 Filmography
  • 9 Tours
    • 9.1 Headlining act
    • 9.2 Opening act
  • 10 See also
  • 11 Notes
  • 12 References
    • 12.1 Books
  • 13 External links
Early life

Sheeran was born in Halifax, West Yorkshire[6] on 17 February 1991.[2] When he was a child, he moved with his family from Hebden Bridge to Framlingham in Suffolk.[7] He has an older brother named Matthew who works as a composer.[8] Sheeran's parents, John and Imogen, are from London. His paternal grandparents are Irish,[9][10][11] and Sheeran has stated that his father is from a "very large" Catholic family.[12] John is an art curator and lecturer, and Imogen is a culture publicist turned jewellery designer.[10][13] His parents ran Sheeran Lock, an independent art consultancy, from 1990 to 2010.[14]

Sheeran sang in a local church choir from the age of four, learned to play the guitar during his time at Rishworth School,[15] and began writing songs while at Thomas Mills High School in Framlingham.[16][17] He was accepted at the National Youth Theatre in London as a teenager.[18][19] He is a patron of the Youth Music Theatre UK[20] and of Access to Music, where he studied Artist Development course.[21][22] Sheeran is a second cousin of Northern Irish broadcaster Gordon Burns,[23] who hosted the British game show The Krypton Factor.[10]

Music career 2004–2010: Career beginnings Sheeran performing at the Ipswich Arts Festival in July 2010

Sheeran began recording music in 2004, and independently released his first collection of work, Spinning Man.[A] He has been friends with fellow English singer, Passenger, since he was 15, with the two playing on the same gig in Cambridge.[25] He moved to London in 2008, and began playing in small venues. In 2008, he auditioned for the ITV series, Britannia High.[26] He also opened for Nizlopi in Norwich in April 2008, after being one of their guitar technicians.[17] He released another EP in 2009, You Need Me, just before going on tour with Just Jack. He also did a few collaborations with Essex singer, Leddra Chapman, including CeeLo Green's "Fuck You". In February 2010, Sheeran posted a video through SB.TV, and rapper Example invited Sheeran to tour with him. In the same month, he also released his critically acclaimed Loose Change EP, which featured his future debut single, "The A Team".[27] In the autumn of 2009, Sheeran began studying music at the Academy of Contemporary Music (ACM) in Guildford, Surrey as an undergraduate,[28][29] though it is not clear how long he remained at the college.

Sheeran began to be seen by more people over the internet through YouTube and his fan-base grew, with him also getting credit from The Independent newspaper, England football captain Rio Ferdinand and Elton John.[30] He played a Station Session in St. Pancras International in June 2010.[31][32] The episode is unavailable from the official Station Sessions channel.[33] Sheeran also self-released two other EPs in 2010, Ed Sheeran: Live at the Bedford and Songs I Wrote with Amy, which is a collection of love songs he wrote in Wales with singer, Amy Wadge.[34] In 2010 he was in Los Angeles and was invited to perform at The Foxxhole, a club run by actor Jamie Foxx, which ended with an invitation to stay at Foxx's home.[35]

On 8 January 2011, Sheeran released another independent EP, No. 5 Collaborations Project, featuring grime artists such as Wiley, Jme, Devlin, Sway and Ghetts.[36] With this EP, Sheeran gained mainstream attention for reaching number 2 in the iTunes chart without any promotion or label, selling over 7,000 copies in its first week.[37] Three months later, Sheeran put on a free show to fans at the Barfly in Camden Town. Over 1,000 fans turned up, so Sheeran played four different shows to ensure everyone saw a gig, including a gig outside on the street after the venue had closed. Later that month, Sheeran was signed to Asylum Records.[37]

2011–2013: + and international success

On 26 April 2011, Sheeran appeared on the TV music show Later... with Jools Holland, where he performed his debut single "The A Team". Six weeks later, "The A Team" was released as a digital download in the UK. The release served as the lead single from Sheeran's debut studio album, + (pronounced "plus").[38] "The A Team" entered the UK Singles Chart at number three, selling over 58,000 copies in the first week. It was the best selling debut single and the overall eighth-best selling single of 2011, selling 801,000 copies.[39] The lead single also became a top ten hit in Australia, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Norway and the Netherlands. During a headline set in the BBC Introducing tent at Glastonbury Festival 2011, Sheeran announced that "You Need Me, I Don't Need You" would be released on 26 August as the second single from the album. The second single peaked at number four on the UK Singles Chart.[40] "Lego House" was released as the third single, reaching the top ten on the Australian, Irish and New Zealand Singles Charts.[41] The music video for “Lego House” features Harry Potter actor Rupert Grint, as a play on their similar appearance.[42] "Drunk", released on 19 February 2012, became Sheeran's fourth consecutive top ten single in the UK, peaking at number nine.[43]

Sheeran at the Frequency Festival in Austria, August 2012

Sheeran released + on 12 September 2011. The album received generally favourable reviews from music critics.[44] + debuted at number one on the UK Albums Chart for sales of 102,000 copies.[45] By end of 2011, sales of the album in the UK stand at 791,000; it became the second best-selling debut album and the ninth biggest-selling album there.[46] The album has been certified platinum six times by the British Phonographic Industry, denoting shipments of 1,800,000 copies.[47] As of March 2012, the album had sold 1,021,072 copies in the UK.[48] The album also reached the top five in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand and the US.[49][50][51]

The song, "Moments", on the debut album by boy band One Direction, released in November 2011, was co-written by Sheeran.[52] At the 2012 Brit Awards on 21 February, Sheeran won the Brit Awards for Best British Male Solo Artist, and British Breakthrough Act of the Year.[53][54] On 10 January 2012, it was announced that Sheeran would support Snow Patrol on their US tour from late March until May.[55] His song, "Give Me Love", was featured in the episode "Dangerous Liaisons" of The Vampire Diaries.[56] At the Ivor Novello Awards in May 2012, Sheeran's "The A Team" bested Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" and Florence and the Machine's "Shake It Out" for Best Song Musically and Lyrically.[57] Sheeran performed "The A Team" at the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II concert held on The Mall outside Buckingham Palace on 4 June 2012 and a cover of Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here" at the closing ceremony of the 2012 Summer Olympics on 12 August 2012.[58]

Sheeran on stage in Sydney, Australia, February 2013

Taylor Swift contacted Sheeran after hearing his music while touring Australia in March 2012.[59] He later co-wrote and provided vocals for "Everything Has Changed", a single featured on Swift's fourth studio album, Red. Sheeran also contributed two songs to One Direction's second studio album, Take Me Home, released in November 2012; the single "Little Things" became the group's second number-one in the UK.[60] Sheeran's album peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard 200, while "The A Team" reached No. 16 on the US Billboard Hot 100.[59] In late 2012 and early 2013, he headlined a US tour of 6,000–9,000 capacity venues.[59] "The A Team" received a nomination for Song of the Year at the 2013 Grammy Awards.[61] Elton John, who runs Sheeran's management company, canvassed the award organisers to get Sheeran a performance slot at the ceremony but was told that Sheeran alone was not high-profile enough. John decided to appear with Sheeran to circumvent this problem.[62] Sheeran was also featured on some tracks from Irish singer Foy Vance's fourth album Joy of Nothing,[63] in particular on Guiding Light which the British singer also often sang on stage.

From March to September 2013, Sheeran played at arenas and stadiums across North America as the opening act for Swift's The Red Tour.[64][65] According to Sheeran, it was then his biggest tour and he added a scarlet RED tattoo to commemorate it.[66] In October 2013, Sheeran headlined three sold-out shows at New York's Madison Square Garden, which has a capacity of 18,200.[65][67][68] At the concert, Sheeran debuted new songs including "Tenerife Sea",[69] a future track on his second studio album. Sheeran released "I See Fire" on 5 November 2013. The song is featured in the end credits of the film The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, the film's soundtrack, and on the deluxe version of his second album.[70] Sheeran was nominated for Best New Artist at the 2014 Grammy Awards.[71]

2014–2015: × Sheeran on stage at the Southside Festival in Germany, June 2014

On 24 March 2014, Sheeran performed at the Teenage Cancer Trust charity concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London where he unveiled "Take It Back", a track that would appear on the deluxe version of the second album.[72] "Sing", the lead single, was released on 7 April 2014. Sonically, the song is a departure from Sheeran's previous recordings.[73][74] "Sing" was intended to create hype over the album release, but from concern that this might alienate Sheeran's fan base, "One", an acoustic ballad, was released on 16 May 2014;[65][75] "One" also marked the first of several promotional singles released leading to the album release. By early June 2014, "Sing" had earned Sheeran his first number-one single in the UK.[76]

Sheeran's second studio album, x (pronounced "multiply"), was released worldwide on 23 June 2014. In a span of three years, Sheeran wrote more than 120 songs for the album,[77] the earliest of which was composed shortly after + was released.[78] The album features tracks produced by Rick Rubin, Pharrell Williams and Benny Blanco,[77] as well as that of Gosling's.[73] x peaked at number one in both the UK Albums Chart and the US Billboard 200. To support the album, Sheeran embarked on a world tour starting on 6 August 2014 at Osaka, Japan. On 27 September 2014, Sheeran was one of the headline acts at the Melbourne Cricket Ground prior to the 2014 AFL Grand Final.[79] Following "Don't", "Thinking Out Loud" was released on 24 September 2014 as the album's third single. Unlike his previous music videos, Sheeran took the lead role in the single's accompaniment, where he performed a ballroom dance.[80] It became his second single to reach number one in the UK,[81] and it also spent eight weeks at number two on the US Billboard Hot 100 (with only "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars keeping it from top spot).[82] In 2014, combined streams on Sheeran's catalogue in Spotify reached 860 million; Spotify named him the most-streamed artist and x the most-streamed album.[83] In the same year, the album made Sheeran iTunes' best-selling artist in the UK, Ireland and New Zealand.[84][85]

Sheeran on stage at Wembley Stadium, July 2015

x was nominated for Album of the Year at the 57th Grammy Awards.[86] Sheeran performed alongside John Mayer at the ceremony.[87] On 25 February, Sheeran won British Male Solo Artist and British Album of the Year for x at the 2015 Brit Awards.[88] On 21 May he received the Ivor Novello Award for Songwriter of the Year.[89] On 21 June, Sheeran co-hosted the 2015 Much Music Video Awards in Toronto, where he performed the singles, "Thinking Out Loud" and "Photograph"; he also won two awards, Best International Artist and Most Buzzworthy International Artist or Group.[90][91] On 27 June, Sheeran performed as the opening act for The Rolling Stones in their Zip Code Tour date in Kansas City's Arrowhead Stadium.[92] On 10–12 July 2015, Sheeran performed sold-out shows at London's Wembley Stadium. The shows, which were announced in November 2014, were part of his world tour.[93] The concert was documented and aired on 16 August 2015 on NBC; the one-hour special Ed Sheeran – Live at Wembley Stadium also included behind-the-scenes footage.[94] In November 2015 Sheeran released the DVD Jumpers for Goalposts: Live at Wembley Stadium, the title a nod to playing concerts at Wembley Stadium, the home of English football.[95]

In 2015, Sheeran wrote "Love Yourself" for Justin Bieber's fourth album.[96] Sheeran had initially planned to put the song on his third album ÷ and added that the track would have been scrapped before Bieber took the song.[97] In August 2015, he sang along with Macklemore on the track "Growing Up".[98] On 26 September, Sheeran performed at the 2015 Global Citizen Festival in Central Park's Great Lawn in New York, an event organised by Coldplay lead singer, Chris Martin, that advocates an end to extreme global poverty. Sheeran headlined the festival along with Beyoncé, Coldplay, and Pearl Jam. The festival was broadcast on NBC in the US on 27 September and the BBC in the UK on 28 September.[99] Sheeran co-hosted the 2015 MTV Europe Music Awards on 25 October in Milan, Italy. He won the awards for Best Live Act and Best Live Stage;[100] the latter was in recognition for his performance at the 2014 V Festival in England.[101] Sheeran won the Breakthrough award at the 2015 Billboard Touring Awards.[102] His single from x, "Thinking Out Loud", earned him two Grammy Awards at the 2016 ceremony: Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance. In May 2016, x was named the second-best-selling album worldwide in 2015, behind 25 by Adele.[103]

2016–present: Hiatus and ÷

On 13 December 2016, after a year long hiatus and social media break, Sheeran tweeted a picture and changed his Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to a light blue, implying the release of a new album – each of Sheeran's previous albums were a single coloured background with a solid mathematical symbol.[104] On 2 January, he posted a 10-second video on Twitter and other social media showing what was the cover design of his forthcoming album entitled ÷ (pronounced "divide") which was released on 3 March 2017.[105] The album debuted at number one in the UK, the US, Germany, Australia, Canada and other major markets.[106][107][108] With first week sales of 672,000 it is the fastest selling album by a male solo artist in the UK, and third fastest in UK chart history behind 25 by Adele and Be Here Now by Oasis.[106] It had the biggest first week sales of 2017 in the US, until it was surpassed by Taylor Swift's Reputation.[107]

Framlingham Castle in Sheeran's home town, the castle referred to in the single "Castle on the Hill"

On 6 January, Sheeran released two singles, "Shape of You" and "Castle on the Hill"; the theme of the latter single is about Sheeran's upbringing in his home town of Framlingham in Suffolk, with the castle referring to Framlingham Castle.[109] Following the release of these singles, Sheeran went on to co-host the BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show with Scott Mills where it was inferred that he would possibly make an appearance at the Glastonbury Festival in 2017.[110] It was also during this show that Sheeran used a new Martin guitar that featured the ÷ logo (of his new album) on both the headstock and body of the acoustic guitar.[111] Both singles went on to break the Spotify day one streaming record, with a combined total of over 13 million streams in 24 hours.[112]

Sheeran performing in Miami, Florida during his Divide Tour, August 2017

On 13 January, "Shape of You" and "Castle on the Hill" entered the UK Singles Chart at number one and number two, the first time in history an artist has taken the top two UK chart positions with new songs.[113] The same day he also became the first artist to debut at number one and number two on the official German Single Charts.[114] On 15 January, the songs debuted at number one and number two on the ARIA Singles Chart, the first time this has been achieved in the history of the Australian chart.[115] On 17 January, "Shape of You" debuted at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100, while "Castle on the Hill" entered at number six; this made Sheeran the first artist ever to have two songs simultaneously debut in the US top 10.[116]

On 26 January, Sheeran announced tour dates for the album ÷ in Europe, South America and North America from 17 March until 14 June 2017.[117] Sheeran played to over 950,000 people in Australia and New Zealand in March and April 2018, making it the biggest concert tour in Australasian music history, overtaking the previous record set by Dire Straits in 1986.[118] On 17 February 2017, Sheeran released "How Would You Feel (Paean)". Though not an official single, the song peaked at number two in the UK.[119] By 11 March 2017 Sheeran had accumulated ten top 10 singles from ÷ on the UK Singles Chart, breaking Scottish DJ Calvin Harris's record of nine top 10 singles from one album.[120][120] At the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards Sheeran was named Artist of the Year.[121] The fourth single from ÷, "Perfect", reached number one in the UK and Australia, and a stripped down acoustic version of the song titled "Perfect Duet", a collaboration with Beyoncé, reached number one in the US and the UK,[122][123] becoming the year's UK Christmas number one.[124] On 7 November, Taylor Swift revealed that Sheeran collaborated on the song "End Game" for her sixth studio album Reputation.[125] The song, which also features rapper Future, was released on 10 November.[126]

On 4 December, Sheeran was named Spotify's most streamed artist of 2017 with 6.3 billion streams. He has Spotify's biggest album of the year with ÷ streamed 3.1 billion times, and the top song with "Shape of You" with 1.4 billion streams.[127] On 5 December 2017, hip-hop artist Eminem announced that Sheeran had collaborated on the song "River" for his ninth studio album Revival.[128] On working with Eminem, Sheeran stated, "He is one of the reasons I started writing songs, and was such a pleasure to work with him."[128] Speaking on The Late Late Show on Irish television on 15 December, Sheeran stated he has a theme song written for a James Bond film in case he gets the call from producers of the film series.[129]

On 3 January 2018, "Shape of You" was named the best selling single of 2017 in the UK,[130] and the best selling single of 2017 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the US.[131] The same day, ÷ was named the best selling album of 2017 in the UK,[132] and the US.[133] At the 2018 Brit Awards held at the O2 Arena in London on 21 February, Sheeran performed "Supermarket Flowers", and received the Global Success Award.[134] In April 2018, the IFPI named ÷ the best-selling album worldwide of 2017.[135] At the 2018 Billboard Music Awards on 20 May, Sheeran performed "Galway Girl" from Phoenix Park in Dublin, Ireland, and picked up six awards, including Top Artist and Top Hot 100 Artist.[136]

Influences Sheeran appeared on stage with his idol Eric Clapton at the Nippon Budokan Arena in Tokyo, Japan on 13 April 2016 performing Clapton's "I Will Be There"

Sheeran's earliest memories include listening to the records of Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan and Elton John's Greatest Hits.[35] According to Sheeran, the album that introduced him to music was Van Morrison's Irish Heartbeat.[10] During his childhood his father took him to live concerts that would inspire his musical creations. These included seeing Eric Clapton at the Royal Albert Hall, Paul McCartney in Birmingham, and Bob Dylan.[137] On the influence of Clapton, Sheeran states, "He's the reason I started playing guitar".[138] He singled out Clapton's performance at the Party at the Palace in the grounds of Buckingham Palace, "I was eleven when I saw Eric Clapton play at the Queen's Golden Jubilee concert in June 2002. I remember him walking on stage with this rainbow-coloured Stratocaster and playing the first riff of "Layla". I was hooked. Two days later I bought a black Stratocaster copy for £30 that came with an amp. All I did for the next month was try to play that Layla riff."[139]

He has also cited The Beatles, Nizlopi and Eminem as his biggest musical influences.[140][141] According to Sheeran, he had a stutter in his speech when he was younger, and he credited rapping along to Eminem's The Marshall Mathers LP for helping him get rid of it.[142] He was also inspired by "Cannonball" singer-songwriter Damien Rice in 2002, with Sheeran stating, "seeing him play this small club in Ireland, I was able to meet him, and he was unbelievably cool. I went straight home and started writing songs. I would not be doing what I'm doing now if he'd been a jerk."[143] Sheeran collaborated with his idol Eric Clapton in April 2016, with Sheeran stating to People magazine, "I sang on Eric Clapton's album . It's one thing having him on mine, but being his, that's an honour that you can't ever pinpoint on how great that is. I did something for his record, and I was credited as 'Angelo Mysterioso,' , and he did something for my record and was credited as 'Angelo Mysterioso.'"[138]

Other ventures Gingerbread Man records

In March 2015, Sheeran revealed he was setting up a record label, Gingerbread Man Records, which is a deal with Warner Music Group.[144] The label was launched in August 2015 alongside its accompanying YouTube channel.[145] Jamie Lawson, the label's first signee, met Sheeran while they were both in London's folk circuit.[146] Lawson released his self-titled debut album on 9 October 2015, which has earned him a number one in the UK Albums Chart.[147] Sheeran signed his second artist, Foy Vance, in November 2015.[148]


Sheeran performed a gig in Bristol, which raised £40,000 for a charity that reaches out to street sex workers. "It's good to show insight that these people are real people with real emotions and they deserve the same charity work as anyone else," Sheeran said. "There's a lot more popular charities that get a lot of attention. And with certain subjects like this they're often washed over and people don't necessarily give them the attention they deserve." Tickets were available to those taking part in the charity's Give it up for One25 campaign by giving something up for 125 hours and hitting the £40,000 fundraising mark.[149]

Sheeran often wears hoodies or tartan shirts, and frequently donates his clothes to charity shops in Suffolk

Sheeran frequently gives away his clothes to charity shops around Suffolk, his home county.[150] An ambassador for East Anglia's Children's Hospice, he has donated clothes to the St Elizabeth Hospice charity shop in his home town Framlingham, including eight bags of clothes to the shop in February 2014, and eight items of clothing he wore at the 2015 Grammy Awards.[151] In 2016 he donated 13 bags of clothes to the shop.[152] The tartan shirt worn by Sheeran when he met Renee Zellweger's character, Bridget, in Bridget Jones's Baby, was auctioned online to raise further funds for the hospice.[152]

On 15 November 2014, Sheeran joined the charity supergroup Band Aid 30 along with other British and Irish pop acts, recording the latest version of the track "Do They Know It's Christmas?" at Sarm West Studios in Notting Hill, London, to raise money for the West African Ebola virus epidemic.[153]

In November 2015, Sheeran supported the No Cold Homes campaign by the UK charity, Turn2us.[154] Sheeran was one of nearly thirty celebrities, which included Helen Mirren, Jeremy Irons and Hugh Laurie, to donate items of winter clothing to the campaign, with the proceeds used to help people in the country struggling to keep their home warm in winter.[155]

Sheeran appeared in a November 2017 episode of Gogglebox along with other UK celebrities such as Ozzy Osbourne, former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher, and Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn as part of Channel 4 and Cancer Research UK's Stand Up to Cancer fundraising campaign.[156]


Sheeran made his acting debut in 2014, a cameo role as himself on New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street, filmed while he was in the country for a one-off performance.[157] In May 2015, he appeared as himself and performed on a live episode of the NBC sitcom Undateable.[158] Later that year, while in Australia, he recorded scenes for the soap Home and Away, as a character based on himself.[159]

After recording a cover version of Foy Vance's "Make It Rain" for Sons of Anarchy, Sheeran was cast by creator Kurt Sutter to play Sir Cormac in the medieval drama The Bastard Executioner on FX.[160] Sheeran also appeared as himself in the 2016 film Bridget Jones's Baby in a scene where Bridget Jones, played by Renée Zellweger, encounters the singer at the Glastonbury Festival where he is performing.[161]

In July 2017, Sheeran appeared in a longer cameo on Game of Thrones in a scene together with actress Maisie Williams, who plays the character Arya Stark.[162] David Benioff explained that since Williams was a big fan of the singer, they wanted to have Sheeran appear on the show to surprise Williams, and that they had tried to get him on for years.[163] It received a mix of positive and very critical reviews.[164][165]

Personal life Sheeran's tattoos are either connected to his family, achievements or memories.

In early 2011, after securing recording and publishing deals, Sheeran purchased and renovated a farm near Framlingham, Suffolk, where he was raised. He has stated that he hopes to raise a family there.[65][166] During 2013, he lived between Hendersonville, Tennessee and Los Angeles, California.[167] In 2014, he bought a house in South London.[65]

Sheeran was in a relationship with Scottish singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt (who was in his music video for "Drunk") in 2012, before breaking up.[168] Nesbitt is the subject of Sheeran's songs "Nina" and "Photograph", while most of Nesbitt's album, Peroxide, is about Sheeran.[168] In January 2014, Sheeran was in a relationship with Athina Andrelos, who works for chef Jamie Oliver.[169] She is the inspiration of Sheeran's song "Thinking Out Loud".[170] They broke up in February 2015.[170] Since July 2015, Sheeran has been in a relationship with childhood friend and former high school classmate Cherry Seaborn.[171] They announced their engagement in January 2018.[172] In August 2018 he hinted that they married in a private ceremony.[171] He is also close friends with singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, and collaborated on her albums Red and Reputation.[138]

Sheeran is a supporter of his local football club Ipswich Town F.C..[173] A collector of Panini’s FIFA World Cup sticker album, he completed the 2014 World Cup album.[174]

In June 2015, Forbes listed his earnings at $57 million for the previous 12 months, and ranked him the 27th-highest-earning celebrity in the world.[175] On 19 October 2015, Sheeran received an honorary degree from the University of Suffolk in Ipswich for his "outstanding contribution to music".[176] Sheeran commented: "Suffolk is very much where I call home. Receiving this recognition is a real privilege."[176]

In a December 2017 interview with The Sunday Times' "Culture" magazine, Sheeran spoke of his admiration for Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn. "I love Corbyn. I love everything Corbyn is about. And I feel people thought that, because I didn't put myself behind him, I wasn't a Corbyn supporter. He cares about other people. He cares about all classes, races and generations, and that's how I was brought up – we need more people that care about everyone."[177]

Awards and nominations Main article: List of awards and nominations received by Ed Sheeran

Sheeran was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2017 Birthday Honours for services to music and charity.[178] He received the award from Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace on 7 December 2017.[179] In July 2018, he was entitled by Forbes as the 9th most earning celebrity in the "Celebrity 100 List of The World's Highest-Paid Entertainers".[180]

Discography Main article: Ed Sheeran discography
Studio albums
  • + (2011)
  • × (2014)
  • ÷ (2017)
Filmography Year Title Role Notes Ref(s) 2014 Shortland Street Himself [157] 2015 Undateable Himself [158] Home and Away Teddy [159] The Bastard Executioner Sir Cormac 5 episodes [160] Jumpers for Goalposts: Live at Wembley Stadium Himself Concert Film [181] 2016 Bridget Jones's Baby Himself [182] 2016 Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping Himself uncredited 2017 Game of Thrones Lannister soldier Episode: "Dragonstone" [183] 2018 The Simpsons Brendan (voice) Episode: "Haw-Haw Land" [184] Songwriter Himself Documentary [185] 2019 Untitled Danny Boyle/Richard Curtis film Post-production [186] Tours Headlining act
  • + Tour (2011–2013)
  • × Tour (2014–2015)
  • ÷ Tour (2017–2019)
Opening act
  • Snow Patrol's Fallen Empires Tour (North American select dates) (2012)
  • Taylor Swift's The Red Tour (all North American dates) (2013)
  • The Rolling Stones's Zip Code Tour (Kansas City only)
See also
  • List of awards and nominations received by Ed Sheeran
  • List of Official Subscription Plays Chart number-one songs of the 2010s
  1. ^ "In 2004, I made my very first album, Spinning Man, named after a picture that my dad had. I burnt the CDs myself and made the covers. There were 14 songs and they were all songs that rhymed. One lyric went: ‘I’m a typical average teen, if you know what I mean.’ There are probably 20 copies of Spinning Man in existence and I have 19 of them. I don’t want anyone else to get hold of a copy. Most of the songs were about a girl called Claire. She was my first love when I was 13. It was a very innocent love and we only ever held hands, but it lasted a fair amount of time. Then came my first devastating break-up. Looking back, it really wasn’t that bad, but at the time it was soul-shattering. When she left me, I wrote a lot of songs off the back of it – my first love songs."[24]
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Alessia Cara Saturday Night Live musical guest
11 February 2017 Succeeded by
Father John Misty
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Ed Sheeran
  • Discography
  • Awards and nominations
Studio albums
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Extended plays
  • Loose Change
  • Songs I Wrote with Amy
  • No. 5 Collaborations Project
  • The Slumdon Bridge
Box sets
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  • Jumpers for Goalposts: Live at Wembley Stadium
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Related articles
  • Nizlopi
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Ed Sheeran songs
  • Discography
  • "The A Team"
  • "Drunk"
  • "Small Bump"
  • "Lego House"
  • "You Need Me, I Don't Need You"
  • "Give Me Love"
  • "The Parting Glass"
  • "One"
  • "I'm a Mess"
  • "Sing"
  • "Don't"
  • "Photograph"
  • "Bloodstream"
  • "Tenerife Sea"
  • "The Man"
  • "Thinking Out Loud"
  • "Afire Love"
  • "Eraser"
  • "Castle on the Hill"
  • "Dive"
  • "Shape of You"
  • "Perfect"
  • "Galway Girl"
  • "Happier"
  • "New Man"
  • "Hearts Don't Break Around Here"
  • "What Do I Know?"
  • "How Would You Feel (Paean)"
  • "Supermarket Flowers"
  • "Nancy Mulligan"
Other songs
  • "All of the Stars"
  • "Candle in the Wind"
  • "I See Fire"
  • "Make It Rain"
Featured songs
  • "All About It"
  • "Do They Know It's Christmas?"
  • "Dreamers"
  • "Everything Has Changed"
  • "Hush Little Baby"
  • "If I Could"
  • "Lay It All on Me"
  • "Old School Love"
  • "Reuf"
  • "Teardrop"
  • "Watchtower"
  • "Young Guns"
  • "Boa Me"
  • "End Game"
  • "River"
  • Category
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Brit Award for British Breakthrough Act
  • Graham Parker and Julie Covington (1977)
  • Not Awarded (1978)
  • Not Awarded (1979)
  • Not Awarded (1980)
  • Not Awarded (1981)
  • The Human League (1982)
  • Culture Club (1983)
  • Paul Young (1984)
  • Frankie Goes to Hollywood (1985)
  • Go West (1986)
  • The Housemartins (1987)
  • Wet Wet Wet (1988)
  • Bros (1989)
  • Lisa Stansfield (1990)
  • Betty Boo (1991)
  • Beverley Craven (1992)
  • Tasmin Archer (1993)
  • Gabrielle (1994)
  • Oasis (1995)
  • Supergrass (1996)
  • Kula Shaker (1997)
  • Stereophonics (1998)
  • Belle and Sebastian (1999)
  • S Club 7 (2000)
  • A1 (2001)
  • Blue (2002)
  • Will Young (2003)
  • Busted (2004)
  • Keane (2005)
  • Arctic Monkeys (2006)
  • The Fratellis (2007)
  • Mika (2008)
  • Duffy (2009)
  • JLS (2010)
  • Tinie Tempah (2011)
  • Ed Sheeran (2012)
  • Ben Howard (2013)
  • Bastille (2014)
  • Sam Smith (2015)
  • Catfish and the Bottlemen (2016)
  • Rag'n'Bone Man (2017)
  • Dua Lipa (2018)
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Brit Award for British Male Solo Artist
  • Cliff Richard (1977)
  • Not Awarded (1978)
  • Not Awarded (1979)
  • Not Awarded (1980)
  • Not Awarded (1981)
  • Cliff Richard (1982)
  • Paul McCartney (1983)
  • David Bowie (1984)
  • Paul Young (1985)
  • Phil Collins (1986)
  • Peter Gabriel (1987)
  • George Michael (1988)
  • Phil Collins (1989)
  • Phil Collins (1990)
  • Elton John (1991)
  • Seal (1992)
  • Mick Hucknall (1993)
  • Sting (1994)
  • Paul Weller (1995)
  • Paul Weller (1996)
  • George Michael (1997)
  • Finley Quaye (1998)
  • Robbie Williams (1999)
  • Tom Jones (2000)
  • Robbie Williams (2001)
  • Robbie Williams (2002)
  • Robbie Williams (2003)
  • Daniel Bedingfield (2004)
  • The Streets (2005)
  • James Blunt (2006)
  • James Morrison (2007)
  • Mark Ronson (2008)
  • Paul Weller (2009)
  • Dizzee Rascal (2010)
  • Plan B (2011)
  • Ed Sheeran (2012)
  • Ben Howard (2013)
  • David Bowie (2014)
  • Ed Sheeran (2015)
  • James Bay (2016)
  • David Bowie (2017)
  • Stormzy (2018)
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Grammy Award for Song of the Year1959−1980
  • "Volare" – Domenico Modugno (songwriter) (1959)
  • "The Battle of New Orleans" – Jimmy Driftwood (songwriter) (1960)
  • "Theme from Exodus" – Ernest Gold (songwriter) (1961)
  • "Moon River" – Johnny Mercer & Henry Mancini (songwriters) (1962)
  • "What Kind of Fool Am I?" – Leslie Bricusse & Anthony Newley (songwriters) (1963)
  • "Days of Wine and Roses" – Johnny Mercer & Henry Mancini (songwriters) (1964)
  • "Hello, Dolly!" – Jerry Herman (songwriter) (1965)
  • "The Shadow of Your Smile" – Paul Francis Webster & Johnny Mandel (songwriters) (1966)
  • "Michelle" – John Lennon & Paul McCartney (songwriters) (1967)
  • "Up, Up, and Away" – Jimmy Webb (songwriter) (1968)
  • "Little Green Apples" – Bobby Russell (songwriter) (1969)
  • "Games People Play" – Joe South (songwriter) (1970)
  • "Bridge over Troubled Water" – Paul Simon (songwriter) (1971)
  • "You've Got a Friend" – Carole King (songwriter) (1972)
  • "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" – Ewan MacColl (songwriter) (1973)
  • "Killing Me Softly with His Song" – Norman Gimbel & Charles Fox (songwriters) (1974)
  • "The Way We Were" – Alan and Marilyn Bergman & Marvin Hamlisch (songwriters) (1975)
  • "Send In the Clowns" – Stephen Sondheim (songwriter) (1976)
  • "I Write the Songs" – Bruce Johnston (songwriter) (1977)
  • "Evergreen (Love Theme from A Star Is Born)" – Barbra Streisand & Paul Williams (songwriters) / "You Light Up My Life" – Joe Brooks (songwriter) (1978)
  • "Just the Way You Are" – Billy Joel (songwriter) (1979)
  • "What a Fool Believes" – Kenny Loggins & Michael McDonald (songwriters) (1980)
  • "Sailing" – Christopher Cross (songwriter) (1981)
  • "Bette Davis Eyes" – Donna Weiss & Jackie DeShannon (songwriters) (1982)
  • "Always on My Mind" – Johnny Christopher, Mark James & Wayne Carson (songwriters) (1983)
  • "Every Breath You Take" – Sting (songwriter) (1984)
  • "What's Love Got to Do with It" – Graham Lyle & Terry Britten (songwriters) (1985)
  • "We Are the World" – Michael Jackson & Lionel Richie (songwriters) (1986)
  • "That's What Friends Are For" – Burt Bacharach & Carole Bayer Sager (songwriters) (1987)
  • "Somewhere Out There" – James Horner, Barry Mann & Cynthia Weil (songwriters) (1988)
  • "Don't Worry, Be Happy" – Bobby McFerrin (songwriter) (1989)
  • "Wind Beneath My Wings" – Larry Henley & Jeff Silbar (songwriters) (1990)
  • "From a Distance" – Julie Gold (songwriter) (1991)
  • "Unforgettable" – Irving Gordon (songwriter) (1992)
  • "Tears in Heaven" – Eric Clapton & Will Jennings (songwriters) (1993)
  • "A Whole New World" – Alan Menken & Tim Rice (songwriters) (1994)
  • "Streets of Philadelphia" – Bruce Springsteen (songwriter) (1995)
  • "Kiss from a Rose" – Seal (songwriter) (1996)
  • "Change the World" – Gordon Kennedy, Wayne Kirkpatrick & Tommy Sims (songwriters) (1997)
  • "Sunny Came Home" – Shawn Colvin & John Leventhal (songwriters) (1998)
  • "My Heart Will Go On" – James Horner & Will Jennings (songwriters) (1999)
  • "Smooth" – Itaal Shur & Rob Thomas (songwriters) (2000)
  • "Beautiful Day" – Adam Clayton, David Evans, Laurence Mullen & Paul Hewson (songwriters) (2001)
  • "Fallin'" – Alicia Keys (songwriter) (2002)
  • "Don't Know Why" – Jesse Harris (songwriter) (2003)
  • "Dance with My Father" – Richard Marx & Luther Vandross (songwriters) (2004)
  • "Daughters" – John Mayer (songwriter) (2005)
  • "Sometimes You Can't Make It on Your Own" – Adam Clayton, David Evans, Laurence Mullen & Paul Hewson (songwriters) (2006)
  • "Not Ready to Make Nice" – Emily Burns Erwin, Martha Maguire, Natalie Maines Pasdar & Dan Wilson (songwriters) (2007)
  • "Rehab" – Amy Winehouse (songwriter) (2008)
  • "Viva la Vida" – Guy Berryman, Jonathan Buckland, William Champion & Christopher Martin (songwriters) (2009)
  • "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" – Thaddis "Kuk" Harrell, Beyoncé Knowles, Terius Nash & Christopher Stewart (songwriters) (2010)
  • "Need You Now" – Dave Haywood, Josh Kear, Charles Kelley & Hillary Scott (songwriters) (2011)
  • "Rolling in the Deep" – Adele Adkins & Paul Epworth (songwriters) (2012)
  • "We Are Young" – Jack Antonoff, Jeff Bhasker, Andrew Dost & Nate Ruess (songwriters) (2013)
  • "Royals" – Joel Little & Ella Yelich O'Connor (songwriters) (2014)
  • "Stay with Me" (Darkchild version) – James Napier, William Phillips & Sam Smith (songwriters) (2015)
  • "Thinking Out Loud" – Ed Sheeran & Amy Wadge (songwriters) (2016)
  • "Hello" – Adele Adkins & Greg Kurstin (songwriters) (2017)
  • "That's What I Like" – Christopher Brody Brown, James Fauntleroy, Philip Lawrence, Bruno Mars, Ray Charles McCullough II, Jeremy Reeves, Ray Romulus & Jonathan Yip (songwriters) (2018)
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Billboard Year-End number one singles (2000–2019)
  • 2000: "Breathe" – Faith Hill
  • 2001: "Hanging by a Moment" – Lifehouse
  • 2002: "How You Remind Me" – Nickelback
  • 2003: "In da Club" – 50 Cent
  • 2004: "Yeah!" – Usher featuring Lil Jon and Ludacris
  • 2005: "We Belong Together" – Mariah Carey
  • 2006: "Bad Day" – Daniel Powter
  • 2007: "Irreplaceable" – Beyoncé
  • 2008: "Low" – Flo Rida featuring T-Pain
  • 2009: "Boom Boom Pow" – The Black Eyed Peas
  • 2010: "Tik Tok" – Kesha
  • 2011: "Rolling in the Deep" – Adele
  • 2012: "Somebody That I Used to Know" – Gotye featuring Kimbra
  • 2013: "Thrift Shop" – Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Wanz
  • 2014: "Happy" – Pharrell Williams
  • 2015: "Uptown Funk" – Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars
  • 2016: "Love Yourself" – Justin Bieber
  • 2017: "Shape of You" – Ed Sheeran
  • Complete list
  • (1946–1959)
  • (1960–1979)
  • (1980–1999)
  • (2000–2019)
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Divide (Deluxe Version)
Divide (Deluxe Version)
Ed Sheeran - Divide - Deluxe CD. 1: Eraser - 3:47 2: Castle on the Hill - 4:21 3: Dive - 3:58 4: Shape of You - 3:53 5: Perfect - 4:23 6: Galway Girl - 2:50 7: Happier - 3:27 8: New Man - 3:09 9: Hearts Don't Break Around Here - 4:08 10: What Do I Know? - 3:57 11: How Would You Feel (Paean) - 4:40 12: Supermarket Flowers - 3:41

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