Ed Sheeran Surprises Passenger Fans With Impromptu Appearance At Sold-Out Nashville Show

Photo credit: Shelby English / Alexa Mosser; From left to right: Stu Larsen, Ed Sheeran, Passenger (Mike Rosenberg)

Passenger fans in Nashville got a big surprise this past Wednesday night when Ed Sheeran, who flew from LA to Nashville just to catch his friend's sold-out gig at the Mercy Lounge, joined him on stage for an impromptu performance. RollingStone.com reports, "During the encore the pair, with help from Passenger tour manager and show opener Stu Larson, performed their tender duet 'Hearts on Fire,' along with a spirited, coffeehouse-style cover of Blackstreet's Nineties R&B classic 'No Diggity' that included a crowd-pleasing snippet of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' hit 'Thrift Shop.'"  

Read the full story at RollingStone.com here: http://rol.st/1eiBIZl.



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