Indie rock was never the same when Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros first burst onto the scene, as fans
quickly realized that this was a band that could really bring it both in the studio and on stage. Come out and hear all of
Edward Sharp and the Magnetic Zeros' best hits in a concert event that you'll be talking about well after it's all over thanks
to a steady string of amazing tunes that you'll be humming well after it's all over. Don't worry about getting into the big
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Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros are currently on tour, appearing in towns all over the country, giving fans
what they want most—to see them live, in person. The band will be making stops in Boston, Toronto, Chicago, Nashville
and many other cities in the US.
Singer and songwriter, Alex Ebert, had found success as the frontman
for the band Ima Robot. But after the end of a tumultuous relationship and a bout with drug addiction, the singer decided
to check himself into rehab. It was during this time that he wrote a book about a messianic character named Edward Sharpe
who is sent to Earth to save mankind. But, like Ebert, he finds himself giving into temptation. The troubled singer decided
to adopt Sharpe's persona as his alter ego. Edward Sharpe became a jumping off point in which to start a new chapter in his
musical career and create a new kind of band.
About the Artist
Originally hailing from Los Angeles, California,
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros now appear in cities around the globe in support of their cool indie pop hits. They'll
probably be headed to a venue near you soon, so don't even think about missing out on a great concert that fans will be buzzing
about all over town. There is nothing quite like being there when a talented band hits the stage in front of a live and energetic
The band began as a sort of musical collective to bring together talented musicians in the LA area. And because
the lineup is somewhat of a revolving door, the style of the band is constantly changing. They have incorporated elements
of roots rock, gospel, folk and even psychedelic music. They evoke the spirit of the 1960s and 70s, with their hippie vibes
and laid back style. This group came together when musician Alex Ebert was searching for a new way to express his musical
skills after a rough time in his life. With the help of singer Jade Castrinos and a new alter ego named Edward Sharpe, Ebert
created this one-of-a-kind band that has created some of the most popular songs of the last five years. Edward Sharpe and
the Magnetic Zeros' first album, Up from Below, featured the song "Home," that has become a worldwide sensation. They have
found success not only on stage in cities across the country, but they have also found success on YouTube, with hundreds of
thousands of hits on their music videos and special projects. The band is so unique in fact that they have even released a
12-part feature-length musical called SALVO! That they released through Spinner.com in 2009.
Since then the band has
wowed critics and fans alike. They have toured with the likes of Mumford & Sons and Old Crow Medicine Show. They were
even part of a documentary called Big Easy Express that won a 2013 Grammy Award for Best Long Form Music Video. Edward Sharpe
and the Magnetic Zeros are unlike anything you've ever experienced before, and you won't want to miss your chance to see them
When musician Alex Ebert created the Edward Sharpe persona and
the subsequent band, he had no idea of the success the band would see. After teaming up with singer Jade Castrinos, the two
began writing music and creating the basis for what would become Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros. The band eventually
became a group of more than 10 people, many of whom were Ebert's childhood friends. They performed for the first time at a
film festival in Marfa, Texas in 2009, and soon after released their first album, Up From Below. This album put the band on
the map. The song "Home" became a hit among indie folk music fans, and continues to be a favorite of fans across the country.
And with the release of their second album, the band began touring with big-name groups and getting the exposure they had
only dreamed of getting. Now, the band is touring all over the country and playing to sold-out crowds. Don't miss your chance
to be there when this musical collective takes the stage.
Every moment of an Edward Sharpe
and the Magnetic Zeros concert is filled with excitement. Ebert is more of a showman than he is a frontman. He zigzags across
the stage, getting the audience involved in the songs they know by heart and the songs they've never heard before. He's even
been known to coerce fans into getting up on stage with him. There's nothing quite like this band, and you won't want to miss
your chance to see them perform live.