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The hot folk-rock band, Mumford & Sons, is tearing up the concert world this summer! Seemingly an over-night success, Mumford & Sons was formed in 2007 in West London by bandmembers Marcus Mumford, Ben Lovett, Winston Marshall, and Ted Dwane. They blend bluegrass and folk styling to create their music through the use of banjo and mandolin for traditional folk sound, with upright bass and other guitar styles for more alternative rock sounds. During the early stages of their career they played local clubs and festivals, as well as touring with similar folk artists like Laura Marling, and Noah and the Whale, slowly gathering fans as the went. Their self-financed debut album, Sigh No More, was released in the UK in 2009 and in the US in early 2010, debuting at #2 on the Billboard 200 in the States. TV appearances soon followed on programs such as David Letterman and Craig Ferguson and they made their first appearance at the Glastonbury Festival in England in June 2008. As album tracks from Sigh No More gained in popularity, Mumford & Sons performed "The Cave" live at the Grammys in 2011, propelling album sales by 99% during the period following the show. Mumford & Sons made their second appearance at Glastonbury in 2011.
The band's sophomore album, Babel, was released in 2012, debuting at #1 in the UK and the US and became the second biggest selling album in 2012 in the US. They performed the album track "I Will Wait" live at the 2013 Grammys and subsequently won two Grammys, including Album of the Year. They are currently on their "Gentleman of the Road" tour, which includes an appearance as a co-headliner at Bonnaroo in Manchester, TN as well as their third appearance, and first time headlining the Glastonbury Festival in Pilton, England.
It is interesting to note that many of Mumford & Sons' lyrics were heavily shaped by classics from the literary world. The album title, Sigh No More, was borrowed from Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing. Other literary works and authors represented include Macbeth, The Odyssey, George Steinbeck and several others.
"Here's the elevator pitch on Mumford & Sons: U2 meets Old Crow Medicine Show at Bruce Springsteen's house. They have Old Crow's rootsy instrumentation and vintage wardrobe, and they share the Boss' heart-on-the-sleeve sincerity and world-conquering ambition. From U2 the band takes a melodramatic sense of musical dynamics, and singer-lyricist Marcus Mumford models Bono's strategy for rendering spiritual longing in terms that are accessible to a post-Christian world." -Danny Duncan Collum, U.S. Catholic
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