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ED Sheeran turned music fan to hear from a new generation of Queensland songwriters yesterday.

The English star was a surprise guest at a music workshop for indigenous talent in Brisbane, delighting an audience of talented teens from around the state.

He told them: “Don’t get too stressed about it; do music because you enjoy it and not for any other reason and that will be the thing that carries you.’’

The participants in the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience program were in Brisbane for a session at the State Library with songwriters Jeremy Marou and Tom Busby from Queensland band Busby Marou when told one of the biggest songwriters in the world would join them.

Despite fighting off a dose of the ’flu, the affable Sheeran fielded questions about a life in music, sang a tune for the students and listened to the music they were working on.

Sheeran, one of the biggest-selling artists of 2014, launched his Australian tour with three sold-out shows at Brisbane Riverstage, concluding tonight.

“I’ve never cancelled a gig whether I’m ill or not,’’ Sheeran said.

“When you aren’t well it’s the crowd that gives you the energy so it was nice the crowd did that.’’

With Kylie Minogue also in Brisbane, Sheeran said he planned to catch up with her at a post-show party last night.

Source: Courier Mail



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