ESPN Music: Ed Sheeran

College basketball featured music

November, 12, 2014
Nov 12
3:15
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Here's a list of songs from performers featured on ESPN’s College Basketball programming, along with links to the artists’ websites and links for you to download and buy the songs and/or albums:

Chromeo: "Come Alive and "Somethin' Good" from the “White Women” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Skrillex: "Recess" from the “Recess” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

NeedtoBreathe: "Feet Don’t Fail Me Now" from the “Rivers in the Wasteland” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Ed Sheeran: "Sing"from the “X” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Wiz Khalifa: "We Dem Boyz" from the “Blacc Hollywood" album.(iTunes

David Guetta: "Blast Off" single.

Blake Shelton: " Just Getting Started " from the “Bringing Back the Shine” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Yeah Boy: "You Make Me" single. (iTunes | Amazon)

Big Smo: "Come On" from the “Kuntry Livin’” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Alt J: "Left Hand Free" from the “This is All Yours” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Gloriana: "Trouble" single. (iTunes | Amazon)

Vinyl Theatre: "Shine On" from the “Electrogram” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Oh Honey: "Get it Right" from the “With Love” EP. (iTunes | Amazon)


College Basketball Coaches Vs Cancer

Gym Class Heroes: "The Fighter" from the “The Papercut Chronicles II” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

College Basketball Tip Off Marathon

Avicii: "The Days" single. (iTunes | Amazon)

Hawk Nelson: "Just Getting Started" single. (iTunes | Amazon)

Mischa Chillak: "Ready or Not" single. (iTunes)

Friday and Saturday night college football

August, 27, 2014
Aug 27
10:19
PM ET
here's a list of music from ESPN's Friday and Saturday night college football coverage this month, along with the artists' websites and links to buy and/or download the music:

Friday Night College Football

Florida Georgia Line: "Anything Goes" from the "Anything Goes" album.
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Saturday Night College Football

Here's a list of songs from performers featured on ESPN’s Saturday Night College Football Programming. Links to the artist’s websites and links for you to download and buy the songs and/or albums:

Maroon 5: "It Was Always You" from the “V” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Arctic Monkeys: "Do I Wanna Know?" from the "AM" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Switchfoot "When We Come Alive" from the "Fading West" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

O.A.R.: "Two Hands Up and The Element" from the “Rockville LP" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Clean Bandit: "Rather Be featuring Jess Glynne" from the “New Eyes” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Ed Sheeran: "Sing" from the "X" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Skaters: "One of Us" from the "Manhattan" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

X Ambassadors: "Jungle featuring Jamie N Commons" from “The Reason” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

One Republic: "Love Runs Out" from the “Native” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Spice Girls, The Who in Closing Ceremony

August, 12, 2012
8/12/12
10:00
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Spice GirlsDave Hogan/Getty ImagesThe Closing Ceremony will be as British as can be, with the Spice Girls among the performers.

LONDON -- Get the Union Jacks out and prepare to party: Olympic Stadium is being transformed into a giant jukebox of British pop and pizzazz for the ceremony that wraps up the, so far, spectacularly successful London Games.

The Spice Girls and The Who are among the acts celebrating two weeks of sporting competition with a Sunday finale that artistic director Kim Gavin calls “a mashed-up symphony” of British hits.

Gavin -- who has directed rock tours and London’s 2007 Princess Diana memorial concert -- said Saturday that he wants the spectacular to be “the best after-show party that’s ever been.”

“If the opening ceremony was the wedding, then we’re the wedding reception,” music director David Arnold told the Daily Telegraph.

Although organizers have tried to keep the ceremony acts secret, many details have leaked out in the British media -- and some performers have let the cat out of the bag themselves.

The Who, George Michael, Muse and Ed Sheeran have all said they will take part in a show that will include performances of 30 British hit singles from the past five decades — whittled down by Gavin from a possible 1,000. The Pet Shop Boys, Annie Lennox and Fatboy Slim also will be on hand to get people dancing.

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