VIDEO: Ed Sheeran Performs 'Sing', 'Thinking Out Loud' & More on TODAY
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English singer and songwriter brought a huge crowd to the plaza for a special TODAY concert on Friday, July 4th as part of the show's Toyota Concert Series. Below, watch Sheeran perform 'Sing', "Thinking Out Loud" and more from his new album "X."
This summer, NBC's TODAY will once again put the rock in Rockefeller Plaza, bringing together the hottest hit-makers for its 19th annual summer concert series. There's no better way to officially kick off the summer season than with one of the best-selling female artists of all time, global superstarMariah Carey. The five-time Grammy award winner will heat up the plaza Friday, May 16. The "Toyota Concert Series on TODAY" will air live Friday mornings throughout the summer.
This year's line-up includes Usher and Maroon 5, veteran TODAY performers who bring massive crowds to the plaza.Powerhouse singer Jennifer Hudson also returns to TODAY, and "Happy" singer Pharrell Williams will perform his first-ever concert on Rockefeller Plaza. The 2014 series also features show favorites OneRepublic, Train and Jason Mraz, rock bands Neon Trees and Fall Out Boy, as well as singer-songwriters Sara Bareilles,Austin Mahone, Phillip Phillips and Ed Sheeran. Crowd-pleasers Ariana Grande andFifth Harmony are sure to wow the crowd with blow-out performances.
11 FIFTH HARMONY (#5HTODAY)
18 JASON MRAZ (#JasonMrazTODAY)
25 ONEREPUBLIC (#OneRepublicTODAY)
29 JENNIFER HUDSON (#JHudTODAY) *Tuesday
1 ALOE BLACC (#AloeBlaccTODAY)
15 NEON TREES (#NeonTreesTODAY)
29 ARIANA GRANDE (#ArianaTODAY)
1 MAROON 5 (#Maroon5TODAY)
5 USHER (#UsherTODAY)
*Additional performances may be announced throughout the season.
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