In all the excitement surrounding Mumford & Sons’ current tour, the release of The Road to Red Rocks, and Gentlemen of the Road Part V, Mumford & Sons Blog has met a huge milestone. Thanks to each and every one of you, this blog has now surpassed 10,000 followers on tumblr. This is not to mention the thousands of others who follow via Facebook, twitter, and those who simply stop by the blog to check in on a daily basis.
I generally try to keep things professional around here, but let me take this one opportunity to express my personal gratitude to you all for following Mumford & Sons Blog. I wouldn’t keep doing what I do here were it not for each of you, so I thank you. More importantly, thank you for supporting Mumford & Sons and their music, as they are indeed the reason we are all here.
Cheers and much love,
M&S Blog Admin
Apparently tumblr is experiencing some issues at the moment and some pages on Mumford & Sons Blog are currently inaccessible. I apologize for any inconvenience and will announce when full functionality has been restored.
UPDATE: It seems everything is now functioning properly again.
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Only fourteen months and one day after it began, today Mumford & Sons Blog rolled past 5,000 followers on tumblr. This, of course, is not counting the few hundred on Facebook, the more than 1,500 on twitter, and the thousands of others who simply stop by the blog to check in.
Truly, “Y’all feel like kindred.” [x]
Thank you from the very bottom of my heart for following and supporting my work here at Mumford & Sons Blog and, more importantly, for supporting Mumford & Sons and sharing their music.
This is precisely what I was saying would happen and why I choose to not post copyrighted files for download.
Yesterday I posted a download of my personal live recording of Jerry Douglas performing “The Boxer” with Mumford & Sons in Nashville and Mediafire suspended my account for a violation due to materials related to Jerry Douglas.
I will work to rectify this matter, if at all possible, and I sincerely apologize for the terrible inconvenience.
Here’s the very first post on the blog, posted on May 2, 2011. It’s amazing how much things have changed around here in one short year!
After countless concerts; photos; videos; interviews; 3,674 followers and 5,491 posts, here we are.
I thank you all for joining me in supporting Mumford & Sons and their music. I am honored to have you all here and hope you stick around for more of our Mumfords!