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Guitar player Sheeran enjoys US chart success
And now Ed Sheeran has also just made the top five in the USA with the LP, Plus.
The LP – a past number one hit in the UK – sports eye-catching orange artwork featuring a close-up shot of Sheeran's face.
It came out on UK shores in 2011, and its catchy and heartfelt tacks have provided fodder for buskers all round the country to have a go at in the nation's city centres.
Featured on the album are slow numbers such as Small Bump and This, and more up-tempo tracks like The City and the aforementioned You Need Me, I Don't Need You.
Sheeran will be touring to the likes of Newport, London and Birmingham later this year.
Published by AW.Posted on 22 Jun 2012 13:02 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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