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Sam Fender was frustrated at not being as successful as George Ezra and Hozier

Sam Fender was frustrated at not being as successful as George Ezra and Hozier

Sam Fender was "chewing" his "face off in frustration" when the likes of George Ezra and Hozier’s careers exploded and his didn’t. The ‘Dead Boys’ hitmaker was "desperate" to become a pop star and felt depleted when a whole group of singer/songwriters and bands like Catfish and the Bottlemen’s careers took off, so he decided to have one l... »

George Ezra is ‘more rock ‘n’ roll’ away from the spotlight

George Ezra is ‘more rock ‘n’ roll’ away from the spotlight

George Ezra says he’s "more rock ‘n’ roll" away from the spotlight. The ‘Paradise’ hitmaker has confessed that whilst he is happy to play along with his "safe, sweet young man" image, when he’s hanging out with his mates and hitting the booze, he’s the complete opposite. He told GQ magazine: "In my private life, I would say I’... »

George Ezra chose signature baritone to stand out

George Ezra chose signature baritone to stand out

George Ezra chose his signature baritone to stand out. The ‘Shotgun’ hitmaker has become known for his unique sound and he admitted it was a very deliberate decision to sing deeper in an effort to give his music a twist compared to other artists in the same genre. Speaking to GQ Magazine, he said: "There was a blond-haired singer-songwriter on every street corner. I asked myself, ... »

David Beckham, Iggy Pop, and Kylie Minogue win big at GQ Men of the Year Awards

David Beckham, Iggy Pop, and Kylie Minogue win big at GQ Men of the Year Awards

David Beckham, Iggy Pop, and Kylie Minogue are among the big winners at the 2019 GQ Men of the Year Awards. The annual award ceremony hosted by GQ magazine took place at the Tate Modern in London on Tuesday (03.09.19) and saw the likes of football legend David and musicians Iggy and Kylie walk away with some of the top gongs. David was named the recipient of the prestigious Editor’s Special ... »

Mark Ronson to read CBeebies Bedtime Story

Mark Ronson to read CBeebies Bedtime Story

Mark Ronson is to read a CBeebies Bedtime Story. The DJ and producer is the latest star to have signed up to the popular CBeebies kids programme ‘Bedtime Stories’, on which he will read Sophy Henn’s book ‘Pom Pom Gets The Grumps’. A tweet on the CBeebies Twitter account reads: "They’ll be chilled Late Night Feelings after this #BedtimeStory! @MarkRonson pro... »

George Ezra relaxed about Glastonbury

George Ezra relaxed about Glastonbury

George Ezra treated his performance at Glastonbury festival like "any other show". The ‘Shotgun’ hitmaker wowed the crowds with a string of his famous hits during Friday’s musical offerings at the famous festival and he has now revealed the secret of his success this time around was not to "overthink" it. He said: "My tactic this year has been to treat it... »

Emily Eavis wants BBC to stop focusing on Glastonbury weather

Emily Eavis wants BBC to stop focusing on Glastonbury weather

Emily Eavis wants the BBC to stop obsessing over the weather at Glastonbury Festival. The co-organiser of the legendary Worthy Farm event – who is the youngest daughter of the festival’s founder Michael Eavis – wants broadcasters to stop focusing on wet weather at the event as she feels excessive coverage makes the rain seem worse than it is. In an interview with Radio Times, she... »

George Ezra would choose Craig David as his defence lawyer

George Ezra would choose Craig David as his defence lawyer

George Ezra would want Craig David as his lawyer if he was ever on trial. The ‘Budapest’ hitmaker insisted the 38-year-old star has enough "charm" to handle any situation, and he admitted he would definitely turn to the ’7 Days’ singer if he was in a tight spot. Speaking to Absolute Radio at the Isle of Wight Festival, he said: "I think Craig David could char... »

George Ezra plays Isle of Wight festival from chair after leg injury

George Ezra plays Isle of Wight festival from chair after leg injury

George Ezra headlined the Isle of Wight festival on Saturday (15.06.18) from a chair after injuring his ankle during his "annual run". The 26-year-old singer took to the stage on the second day of the annual festival at Seaclose Park, Newport, but was forced to perform his entire set from a seated position as he’d managed to roll his ankle during a run the day before, meaning he co... »

James Arthur says ‘snobbery’ has cost him Glastonbury slot

James Arthur says ‘snobbery’ has cost him Glastonbury slot

James Arthur claims he has to deal with "snobbery" in the music industry because he started out on ‘The X Factor’ and it’s his talent show past that stops him from being booked for Glastonbury. The 31-year-old singer is desperate to perform at this year’s Glastonbury Festival, but fears that because he is a previous winner of Simon Cowell’s talent show that ... »

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