Ed Sheeran

Birth Name: 
Edward Christopher Sheeran
Genre: 
pop
Music Category: 
Singer
Short bio: 

Edward Christopher "Ed" Sheeran (born 17 February 1991) is an English singer-songwriter. Born in Hebden Bridge, raised in Framlingham, Suffolk, he moved to London in 2008 to pursue a musical career. In early 2011, Sheeran released an independent extended play, No. 5 Collaborations Project, which caught the attention of both Elton John and Jamie Foxx. He then signed to Asylum Records. His debut album, +, containing the singles "The A Team" and "Lego House", was certified quintuple platinum in the United Kingdom. In 2012, he won two Brit Awards for Best British Male Solo Artist and British Breakthrough Act. "The A Team" won the Ivor Novello Award for Best Song Musically and Lyrically.

Sheeran began to become known abroad in 2012, in the United States he made a guest appearance on Taylor Swift's fourth studio album, Red, and wrote songs for One Direction. "The A Team" was nominated for Song of the Year at the 2013 Grammy Awards and he performed the song in duet with Elton John during the ceremony. He spent much of 2013 touring North America as the opening act for Swift's The Red Tour. His second studio album titled x; read as "multiply", was released worldwide on 23 June 2014, charting at number one in the UK and US.

Twitter: 
@edsheeran
Contact:Mailing: 

Ed Sheeran
Grumpy Old Management Ltd.
PO Box 83
22 Notting Hill Gate
W11 3JE
UK

Ed Sheeran
Atlantic Records
46 Kensington Court
London
W8 5DA
UK

Comments

Submitted by Kala beelick (not verified) on

Hey I just wanted to let you know your music saved me on my deployment on the uss Nimitz. The days were so long and spending six months on a ship with no days off I had only I had your album and the Lord of the rings movies and I was set. Your album divide truly helped me get through the days.

Submitted by Fauzan (not verified) on

Hello, I'm a big fan of you, since I first heard your song, I'm really amazed, your song is always full of meaning and that very amazing. I hope you read this message and I hope you will always entertain us all with amazing music.

Submitted by Philip (not verified) on

Just read The Daily Mail article concerning your Pub Sign, I was made to take down a small Garage Sign so on my solicitors suggestion I made a cheap huge sign and mounted it on a farm trailer and put it on the forecourt. Planning Officers have no jurisdiction over mobile signs. I had my new little sign up within two months with planning permission. Love to Ed and Cherry and long live "The Lancaster Lock"

Submitted by Nigel Howard (not verified) on

Just like to thank you Ed for helping me to cry for my mum she passed 3 years ago April ,I am nigel 55 years old and never truely cried for her death until I broke down and heard your song supermarket flowers ,ripped me apart my wife came down stairs found me sobbing my heart out ,she left one day before I was going to see her,never had chance to say good bye and died in her sleep,thank you for helping me Ed ,god bless you

Submitted by Adrienne (not verified) on

I am looking for locate the best way for my daughter to send an email or letter to Ed Sheeran. She is one of his ultimate fans and would give her so much hope to even know she sent him an email or letter.

Any guidance is so greatly appreciated.

Thank you for your time.

Submitted by Cory on

You can use either of the addresses listed above for Ed Sheeran to send him a letter. Since both addresses are in the United Kingdom, you won't be able to use certified mail to track the letter. If you are hoping to get an autograph or something back, you will need to put a self-addressed, stamped envelope (SASE) in along with your letter. Again, his being overseas will complicate matters as you will not only need to weigh the SASE with a few sheets of paper to determine the possible weight once his representatives insert an autograph and possible letter back, but you will also need to be sure to get international postage for that envelope so it will be able to be sent via the UK postal system back to the US.

Submitted by agillette (not verified) on

Hey Ed,

I just got my copy this morning. I don't know how you do it but you knocked it out of the park again.
I need a word stronger than F*$%...

..FG..

Submitted by emma beaumont (not verified) on

Hello my 9 year old daughter and i travelled 70.4 miles to see Ed Sheeran at Chantry Park Ipswich on 24th august 2019 and were very disappointed. We entered at 15:00 and the security was very poor letting people in with food and drink and with ruck sacks and most people were not having bags checked, where we gathered this was not prohibited going by the DO'S & DON'T we had sent via email. For a family event I found this very disorganised by not knowing where to line up to enter, not just us but everyone was unclear to where they needed to be to enter. Once in the park it was extremely packed and dis functional, to get to merchandise stall, food stalls and ice cream van. To even get to the toilets due to the amount of people we had to either step over or push past which to a child is in itself frightening. this was meant to be a lovely evening for my daughter to enjoy seeing her favourite singer in concert but instead she had to but up with drunks and crowds with no where to stand or sit with a view of her idle, wouldn't have been so bad if there were more screens to be able to see the acts on stage. Due to this and having to wait so long for Ed to come on stage and the massive crowd we left not seeing Ed and on our way out we still past more people entering the concert at 7.30. My daughter was so disappointed as this was bought as a birthday gift back in January as she has been through so much the last year, her dad only 41 yrs old had a massive stroke and brain operation to relieve a clot last January and has had to go with out a lot due to her and i caring for her dad so she has been so excited to then be let down! where ever we turned there were people and queues. £165 is a lot to pay to be disappointed and not being able to see you idle. I think the concert would have been better not having 40,000 people attending in one night in such a space that clearly couldn't cope with this. for our first experience of a Ed Sheeran concert it was very disheartening and disappointed and i don't think we will be planning on booking another one., In fact it has put my daughter off going to any music concert again. All in all very disappointed with the whole experience.
many thanks for you time
Emma Beaumont & Megan Beaumont ( from Norfolk)

Submitted by BusyBee (not verified) on

Hi Ed,
My name is Emily and i’m 13 years old.
Can i just say, your concert was amazing! I bought a hoodie even though i thought £50 was very overpriced and it was 10 weeks savings. The material was really nice and i liked the design but definitely not worth the money. I was very disappointed when you didn’t play all off the songs on the Divide album. You played over 20 songs and with they’re being only 16 in your album i expected you to play all of them aswell as a few classics. I was so disappointed when you didn’t play my favourite songs Barcelona, What do I know and Bibia Be Ye Ye. Even though i cried at The A Team because of how overwhelming it was to see you in the flesh. I can’t believe you’re quitting for a couple of years but i wish you all the best with your new family.

Emily xxx

Submitted by Liam Russell (not verified) on

From a town not far from you Sudbury. Just want to say top job you done it!!! Read that you suffer from anxiety and so do I.my brother who was 22 at the time and I was 18 hung himself and last year my mum did the same never knew my father been battling depression drinking and drugs but slowly becoming more myself just thought as you write deep true meaningful songs thought this could add to you’re collection. Let’s beat mental health. Take care bro

Submitted by Mike H (not verified) on

Hi Ed.
I saw a programme about your music on television recently and enjoyed it. My favourite track is "Castle on the Hill" as it brings back vivid memories of a time long ago when we first had holidays in Suffolk (courtesy of my now late auntie and uncle), firstly in Sweffling and then in Rendham. We originated in east Leeds (Yorkshire), and finally moved to Sweffling and lived there from 1962 to 1968. We often visited Framlingham and its castle. It is a great shame that we all had to leave the area, although my brother still remains near Framlingham repairing electronic, vintage radio and musical instruments.
Wonderful memories of a time now long ago!
Hope you do not mind my comments?
Kind regards

Submitted by Donna h (not verified) on

Would love to come to one of your concerts!

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