Ben Howard is an English singer-songwriter and musician hailing from West London, born in Devon. Born in 1987, he is considered one of the best British acoustic singer-songwriters, something recognised by his success at the BRIT Awards.
Howard was raised by musical parents who influenced him from an early early age, with the likes of Joni Mitchell and Bob Dylan constantly blaring in their household. It perhaps wasn't a surprise he would eventually decide to take on his own career in music.
Currently signed to Island Records and Communion, Howard has come leaps and bounds since his first EP hit shelves in 2009; milestones include performing at Glastonbury Festival, selling-out slots across the continent, winning not one but TWO BRIT Awards in 2013 (British Male Solo Artist and British Breakthrough Act), and reaching #4 in the charts with his debut album 'Every Kingdom' in 2011
A particularly popular performer across the UK and Europe, the platinum-selling Howard would return with his next record I Forget Where We Were in October 2014, this time topping the UK charts. You can catch him performing some of his new material live in both December 2014 and April 2015, with extra dates being added due to phenomenal demand!
Howard also plays the Eden Sessions in July, while he warms up for his tour with two Bristol shows in March, meaning there's loads of opportunities to catch him live. Get your Ben Howard tickets now!
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Just seen Ben at Leeds Arena. Good music. Wish he'd played more from his first album. What was disappointing was that he didn't utter one word to the audience for over an hour. Would have liked some chat about the music or at least a "hello Leeds, how you doin?"