George Ezra & Friends

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George Ezra & Friends
Hosted byGeorge Ezra
GenreMusic, entertainment, talk
No. of episodes8
Original release12 February 2018 – present
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George Ezra & Friends is a weekly music postcast hosted by singer-songwriter George Ezra. Each episode features him talking to a fellow person in the music industry. A short introduction episode was released on 8 February 2018, before the series began with guest Ed Sheeran on 12 February 2018.[1] Ezra's inspiration for the podcast was listening to other podcasts featuring "comedians chatting with other comedians".[2]


He said in a 2018 interview,

There's a lot of podcasts I listen to that are comedians talking to other comedians, and it's very inspiring to hear them talk as candidly as they do about the world of performance, and it helped make me come to terms with performing myself. They're very frank and honest with it, and it's really healthy, I think. So I thought, I want to see if I can do the same with musicians, to see if they'll open up as much. There's smoke and mirrors in music, which I think is necessary - I like that there's some mystery to music - but it's also been a real pleasure to sit down and talk to people about the highs and the lows of what they love to do, which is perform.[3]



Episode No.TitleDateRunning Time
N–A"Introduction"8 February 201806:54
1"Ed Sheeran"12 February 201842:56
2"Rag'n'Bone Man"19 February 201842:46
3"Hannah Reid (London Grammar)"26 February 201835:43
4"Craig David"5 March 201847:28
5"Ben Thatcher (Royal Blood)"12 March 201842:52
6"Giles Martin"19 March 201850:37
7"Declan McKenna"26 March 201843:37
8"Jessie Ware"2 April 201855:19


  1. acast. "George Ezra & Friends on acast". Retrieved 4 April 2018.
  2. "Podcast of the week: George Ezra's new show with fellow musicians". 15 February 2018. Retrieved 4 April 2018.
  3. "George Ezra webchat – on snowmen, scotch eggs and his favourite rapper - wrongmog". Retrieved 4 April 2018.

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