About Ed Sheeran
Ed Sheeran is one of the most poignant singer-songwriters of his generation. That’s what makes attending an Ed Sheeran concert so important. You’re witnessing a significant artist in action.
Of course, his charm, talent, and energy, as well as the excitement he brings to the stage, also make his live shows a lot of fun. Ed Sheeran is an amazing performer who can capture the attention of 50,000 fans with nothing more than a guitar and a song.
Born in 1991 in England, Ed Sheeran released his first studio album, +, in 2011. He followed that up with x in 2014 and ÷ in 2017. You read all three album names as “plus,” “multiply,” and “divide” respectively.
Sheeran’s big break in the United States came in 2012 when he appeared on Taylor Swift’s album, Red. A successful touring artist, Sheeran has sold out both Madison Square Garden and Wembley Stadium.
The redhead’s best-known songs include “The A Team,” “Lego House,” “Sing,” “Don’t,” “Shape of You,” and “Thinking Out Loud.” That last single won two Grammy Awards including Song of the Year.