Mumford and Sons
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“I don’t think there’s one thing that we can’t do now that we did before. We’re always on tour, so nothing’s changed really. We just play gigs all the time,” Marcus Mumford said.
Mumford & Sons acknowledged the history of the venue and their fellow Brits, the Beatles, who made their debut there way back in 1964. And the banter didn’t end there.
Last night at the 64th Annual Emmy Awards, Josh Groban showed off not only his angelic voice but his sense of humor when he turned One Direction’s “What Makes You Beautiful” into a touching ballad, which got us thinking, what other songs could Groban make all his own?
Listen below to the new song from Mumford & Sons “I Will Wait,” from the breakout folk band’s hugely anticipated second album Babel, that premiered Tuesday afternoon.
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