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Ed Sheeran

by Paul Cashmere on March 26, 2013

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It has been wild year for Ed Sheeran. At the age of 21 Ed has had five hit singles and one of the most successful albums of the year with ‘+’.

Ed Sheeran is managed by Elton John’s Rocket Management team and in the interview talks about how Sir Elton has been a mentor for his career. He also discusses his friend Harry from One Direction and how he has looked after his own future with his first royalty cheque.

Ed Sheeran took time out to tell his story to Paul Cashmere at Noise11.com.

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