He began playing guitar at a young age and shortly after started composing his own tunes. When he was only a teen, he moved to London to pursue his music, and his outpouring of ingenuity added up to several early EPs and countless live shows. Receiving lots of focus along with his on-line performances, Sheeran reach No. 1 on the iTunes chart before he ever signed with a record label. Since signing with Atlantic, Sheeran has sold countless records and has had a tune appear in the next episode of The Hobbit trilogy.
Ed Sheeran was born on February 17, 1991, in Halifax, West Yorkshire, in the UK. When he was young, he started playing guitar, showing early promise as a musical gift. When he was 11, Sheeran met singer songwriter Damien Rice backstage at among Rice’s shows, as well as the youthful musician located added inspiration. As the storyline goes, Rice told Sheeran to compose his own music, and Sheeran set out the following day to do that.
It was not long before Sheeran was record CDs and selling them, and he shortly put together his first official EP, The Orange Room. With that achievement and his abiding dream driving him, at just 14 years old , Sheeran headed to London for summer time. Believing he could locate shows on the large city, Sheeran left house along with his guitar along with a backpack filled with clothing, and his musical career took flight.
Once in London, Sheeran got active recording and playing the local singer songwriter circuit and rapidly released two albums: a self-titled record in 2006 and Need Some? in 2007.
It was not until 2010 that Sheeran made the jump to the next level in his career, and it came via on-line media, a course Sheeran had learned to use with great effectiveness. When a video he posted online got the interest of Example, a rapper, Sheeran was requested to really go traveling with him as his opening act. This resulted in an even bigger on-line fan base and inspiration for a lot more tunes, which ended up filling three new EPs, all in 2010.
When Sheeran headed to the U.S. that year, he located a new lover in Jamie Foxx, who requested Sheeran to appear on his Sirius radio show. Shortly after, in January 2011, Sheeran released yet another EP, his last as a completely independent artist.
Sheeran started co-writing songs with larger musicians, such as One Direction and Taylor Swift, and supported Swift on her 2013 stadium tour.