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Wesley Schultz

Famous because the lead singer and guitarist from the Colorado centered folk rock group The Lumineers, most widely known for his or her 2012 solitary “Ho Hey,” which peaked at number 3 about U.S. music graphs. After going to the University or college of Richmond in Virginia, he briefly resided and worked well in NEW YORK. He co-wrote “Ho Hey” and a different one from the Lumineers’ big strikes, “Stubborn Like,” along with his bandmate Jeremiah Fraites. He and Lumineers drummer Jeremiah Fraites was raised in Ramsey, NJ. After relocating to Denver, Colorado, Schultz and Fraites added cellist Neyla Pekarek with their ensemble. In 2014 he wedded a woman called Brandy. Vocalist and celebrity Lennon Stella documented a Billboard Scorching Country Best 40 cover of the favorite Lumineers tune “Ho Hey.”

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