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Ed Harcourt

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Ed Harcourt: Strangers

Review by Barney Hoskyns, Uncut, September 2004

Third set from Sussex singer-songwriter and follow-up to last year’s acclaimed From Every Sphere. ...

Ed Harcourt: From Every Sphere

Review by Chris Roberts, Uncut, March 2003

Further helpings of articulate and soulful intensity from highly-acclaimed British singer-songwriter on the follow-up to his Mercury Prize-nominated debut from 2001, Here Be Monsters ...

Ed Harcourt: Ghost Writer

Interview by Chris Roberts, Uncut, May 2003

His new album's won critical raves on every front,
 so why is Ed Harcourt so spooked? ...

Ed Harcourt: "I'm coming out with fists flying"

Interview by Dave Simpson, The Guardian, 14 September 2016

It's taken seven albums, visions of the child catcher and Billy Bunter's reflection in the mirror, but the English songwriter has finally refound his voice ...

Ed Harcourt: Fez, New York

Live Review by Devon Powers, PopMatters, 26 March 2003

ED HARCOURT has always been a solo artist, but tonight, he seems even more alone, maybe even lonely. ...

Ed Harcourt: Bowery Ballroom, NYC

Live Review by Devon Powers, PopMatters, 29 May 2002

AFTER TAKING A healthy swig from what appeared to be a bottle of cheap red wine, Ed Harcourt became possessed. It was the culmination of ...

Ed Harcourt: Borders, Oxford Street, London

Live Review by Nick Hasted, Uncut, June 2001

THE CROWD for One of Uncut's biggest Borders night so far are backing up from the DIY department into History. Some are still in line ...

Ed Harcourt: Live at The Borderline, London

Live Review by Nick Hasted, Uncut, August 2001

THE SINGER-SONGWRITERLY hush of bookshops doesn't, it turns out, bring out the best in Ed Harcourt's combative soul. His recent Borders acoustic show may have ...

Ed Harcourt: From Every Sphere

Review by Pete Paphides, The Word, March 2003

IF THEY DON'T write songs like they used to, no one told Ed Harcourt. Before the 26-year-old former chef put out his first album — ...

Ed Harcourt: Bush Hall, London

Live Review by Sylvie Simmons, The Guardian, 18 December 2003

THE SOUND MAN is got up as Santa and a roadie is dressed as an elf. There's tinsel around the mic stand and an inflatable ...

Death Before Silence: Ed Harcourt's Baker's Dozen

Interview by Wyndham Wallace, The Quietus, 4 March 2013

Singer, songwriter, pianist and all round bon viveur Ed Harcourt talks to Wyndham Wallace about his favourite records. ...


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