Recently Ed Sheeran made an appearance at City Winery in Downtown NYC to perform some acoustic songs and answer tons of questions for a group of lucky Fresh 102.7 listeners.
The British singer has just gotta have faith that his fans won’t believe what they read.
The ceremony also included performances from One Direction, Emeli Sande, Ed Sheeran, the Spice Girls, George Michael and a symphony of British music.
This morning, our friend Jess from London gave us a little quiz to find out how much we have learned from the Olympics over the past two weeks. She brought all of her purely British phrases and had us guess what they mean in American English. Think it’s easy?
“It’s an honor for them to want to use it and I’m very thankful for that. And they’ve done an amazing job from what I’ve heard,” Phillips said.
Champion swimmer Ryan Lochte has brought many things to the attention of Olympic viewers recently: like one-night stands, peeing in the pool, and grills – the kind that you wear in your mouth.
The two larger than life stars give Olympic champion Gabby Douglas a perfect score.
Everything’s coming up 1D. The guys play a surprise performance in London, get parodied in tribute to the US women’s gymnastics team and get a surprisingly beautiful piano treatment.
After becoming the unofficial theme song of the American women’s gymnastics team, Phillip Phillips’ “Home” is seeing a boost in sales.
In the midst of recording 6th album, British arena rockers Muse received a phone call that would put them in front of an audience of billions. More than just part of an Olympic montage, Muse’s song “Survival” was chosen as the official theme of the London 2012 Olympics. But how and why was the anthemic song chosen? Two words: Elton John.