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Mumford & Sons Scoop Up An Ivor Award For Their Collection

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05/30/2014 4:35 am
PopWrapped | Music
Mumford & Sons Scoop Up An Ivor Award For Their Collection
Media Courtesy of Rolling Stone

Jonathan Frahm

Staff Writer


It was during their hiatus on May 22 that the popular folk group, Mumford & Sons, won themselves a prestigious Ivor Award for an International Achievement during the commencement’s 59th ceremony.  The Ivors are the British equivalent of an American Grammy, and that’s a pretty big deal! Mumford & Sons is comprised of singer-songwriters Marcus Mumford, Ben Lovett, Ted Dwane, and Winston Marshall and became an international overnight success after the release of their first single, “Little Lion Man”, back in 2009. Their sophomore album, Babel, went on to win the ensemble a Grammy in 2012. Because of their success, many music fans note them as the ones who paved the way for other insanely popular modern-day folk artists such as The Lumineers to achieve fame. With both an Ivor and a Grammy under their belts, Mumford and his Sons may be off the radar for now, but chances are they’ll be making new music again in no time! Are you a fan? How badly are you pining for some new music from the band? Other Ivors won this go-around include Mike Rosenberg (otherwise known as Passenger) for the Most Performed Work Award and Tom Odell for the honor of Songwriter of the Year. Keep Up With PopWrapped On The Web!



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