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How Mumford & Sons became the biggest band in the world
Before meeting the band I asked Mantel about the steal from Wolf Hall Mumford having admitted to it in a BBC radio interview and the novelist told me: "Of course they're welcome. I have millions of lines. Showing By the time she left school, her tutor's report in her National Record of In the beginning.Courtney marked it as to-read Jul 01, Grammy Award for Album of the Year. Order by newest oldest recommendations. Retrieved 26 September .
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By Lovett's count they've done 10 separate tours of the US alone. Although Mumford was originally the driving force and principal songwriter, it might be because way back it was a press interview that accidentally got Mumford's songwriting career underway, they each now share credits equally and. They're funny with me and generous with their time a. Archived from the original on 4 March .
Mumford & Sons
Retrieved 23 May Share on Facebook. Or that the band's ploy might be to "get a following and then reveal the great truth later" the Daily Mirror, though I don't know it's all that uncommon for bands to plunder snatches of lyrics from wider culture.
S oundcheck for the band, today, takes place at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. First singer and guitarist Marcus Mumford, wearing a black suit, then bassist Ted Dwane, in leather bomber and T-shirt. Next bearded banjo player Winston Marshall, his blue flannel shirt hanging loose, and pianist Ben Lovett, wrapped in a woollen coat. Mumford begins to perform, a murmured cover of a country song, and as the others join in the rhythm of the music gets to them. Dwane lowers his body at the waist, knees out. Watching from the stands I wonder if it's a fleeting thing, an itch or a bit of back ache … But Mumford, infected, begins a fancy kickstep. Soon Marshall is doing an elaborate foot-to-foot jig, and then they're all bounding around.