Ben Howard - BRIT Award-Winning Folk Star
After scooping a surprise pair of BRIT Awards at the start of 2013, this rising folk troubadour has established himself
as one of the most popular artists of his generation. A self-made star who's built his reputation on word-of-mouth buzz and
his spine-tingling live shows, his gigs remain intimate affairs even though he's now hitting arenas.
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Ben Howard Biography - Media Moves to Singing Star
Born in London, this talented vocalist moved to Devon at the age of eight with his musician parents, who encouraged him
to develop his artistic side. Alongside surfing the waves of the Atlantic, he started to write his own music while still at
school. After pursuing a degree in journalism, he dropped out six months before graduating, opting to focus all of his attention
on his fledgling music career.
After his reputation grew outside of his native South-West, he finally signed with major label Island Records in 2011.
Capturing the sound so carefully crafted during his concerts with the help of fellow musicians India Bourne and Chris Bond,
he released his debut album Every Kingdom the same year, which went on to peak in the Top 5 and earn a Mercury Prize
nomination. Surfing a wave of acclaim from fans and critics, he then scooped the British Male Solo and British Breakthrough
Act at the 2013 BRITs - with Howard himself admitting he was as surprised as anyone to be bestowed with the gongs.
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