Ed Sheeran's one-man stadium concert at St James' Park showcases his amazing talent as a performer and songwriter. He also has a strong, versatile, distinctive voice. Factor in an uncanny ability to create a one-man orchestra using a three-quarter size guitar, a couple of microphones and a foot-controlled effects board. But does that explain why he can stage a stadium tour that, in terms of tickets sales, is one of the most successful ever undertaken?
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Framlingham Castle will be welcoming residents of Framlingham and beyond for free between 10am and 4pm on Saturday, December 7. The Lanman Museum in the castle grounds will also be open free of charge, while there will be also be discounts in the shop and cafe. Visitors are asked to bring along a proof of address to the castle, including a driving licence or utility bill. The event coincides with Festive Fram Day on Saturday, which is encouraging residents to shop in Framlingham for Christmas gifts. Framlingham Castle rose to international prominence in after Ed Sheeran, who grew up in the town, penned a song referencing the historical landmark for his album Divide. Ed sang about seeing the sun set over Framlingham Castle in the song, as well as his experiences growing up with his friends in Suffolk. Kirstie Home, site manager at Framlingham Castle, said: "As a little early Christmas present for our neighbours, and to support the town's Christmas shopping day, we're offering free entry to locals between 10am and 4pm. This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years.
The song refers to Framlingham Castle in Sheeran's home town of Framlingham in Suffolk , and reminisces tales of his upbringing in the town. The BBC states, "the song has been described as a love letter to Suffolk. Released on the same day as "Shape of You", "Castle on the Hill" reached number two in a number of countries, including the UK, Australia and Germany, while "Shape of You" debuted at number one. It was first time in the history of the UK, Australian and German charts that an artist has taken the top two chart positions with new songs. The theme of the song surrounds Sheeran's home town of Framlingham , and he reminisces tales of 'smoking hand-rolled cigarettes' and getting 'drunk [with] friends' at this place, living life as a teenager. The castle mentioned in the song is Framlingham Castle , and in January , Sheeran was invited to perform at the Castle. The song was written and recorded in