Ed Sheeran’s demo album he doesn’t want people to have goes on sale for £10,000

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The one copy of Ed Sheeran’s first demo album that he doesn’t personal himself is being auctioned – and set to fetch £10,000.

He recorded Spinning Man in 2004 when he was 13. It options 14 songs.

They’re about what he as soon as known as his “soul-shattering” first break-up. He mentioned he thinks there are 20 copies of the CD, and he owns 19.

Ed, 29, from Suffolk, added he didn’t need anybody else to pay money for a replica.

However one of many demos has been unearthed.

Picture issued by Omega Auctions exhibiting the duvet of Ed Sheeran’s first demo CD. The CD, titled Spinning Man, options fourteen tracks in addition to cowl images by Ed’s father John Sheeran

As a lad, Ed was staying with family members whereas busking, and he handed a CD to one among their buddies.

The person’s brother Kevin, who doesn’t need to reveal his surname, is promoting it.

He mentioned: “My brother put it in a drawer and forgot about it.

“He didn’t realise Ed would go on to be one of many world’s greatest pop stars.”

Ed Sheeran attends the UK Premiere of “Yesterday” at Odeon Luxe Leicester Sq.

Kevin, 48, mentioned the songs are “actually good”.

He added: “All the opposite CDs, so far as I do know, have a sticker saying ‘ Ed Sheeran Spinning Man’.

“However for this one he’d run out of stickers so he wrote his title on.

“It is likely to be the one signed copy.”

Omega Auctions in Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside, will promote it on September 8.

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