Alex ebert and jade castrinos dating

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Early in 2014, fans of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros were shocked to learn that Jade Castrinos would not be joining the ten-piece band on the next North American Tour.

Or at least, that’s how she put it in a since-deleted Instagram post.

The musician wrote: “For seven years I sang and wrote music with Edward Sharpe.

It isn’t a Disneyland.’ The real essence of it is very true and real. It’s so exciting, as an adult, to live in a place that you think is magic.

Ma ho dato una spinta maggiore per portare avanti il sogno, e alla fine ce l’abbiamo fatta: diventare una band. Quanto vi ha aiutato la presenza di Jade Castrinos?

Alex Ebert, di passaggio in Italia per due date tenute a Cesena e Milano, e la conferma sembra provenire dalla copertina dell’ultimo disco in cui una striscia rossa fatta con lo spray, copre lo pseudonimo del leader .

“Ci sono voluti altri tre album per cercare di esserlo e infine, ci siamo riusciti”, ma ascoltando l’album – il primo registrato dopo l’addio della cantante Jade Castrinos, per (presunti) problemi di tossicodipendenza – si ha la sensazione che qualcosa manchi.

Finally after almost a year since Jade’s departure, the band took it upon itself to let their fans know via Facebook and Twitter that Jade was not in fact fired.

When indie-folk ensemble Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros performed “Home” at Woldenberg Park in the spring of 2011, frontman Alex Ebert didn’t yet realize how much he meant it.

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