|Born||December 20, 1987|
|Hometown||Wandsworth, United Kingdom|
|Spouse||Dianna Agron (m 2016 - 2020)|
Ariel Pink & Winston Marshall Unveil Politically Charged Collaboration ’Rudolph’s Laptop’
- The conservative duo joined Tucker Carlson Tonight this week to promote their new collaboration.
Mumford & Sons' Winston Marshall Quits Group Following Controversial Post | Billboard News
- EntertainmentThe Telegraph
Winston Marshall: ‘Quitting Mumford & Sons let me keep my integrity, my dignity and my soul’
Sixteen months ago Winston Marshall walked away from one of the world’s biggest bands. But today, when we meet for lunch at Blanchette, a French restaurant in Soho, the former banjo player and lead guitarist of Mumford & Sons seems remarkably perky. The 34-year-old bounds in dressed in a sharp black suit, holding a briefcase and a book, The Wind In My Hair, a memoir of a childhood in Iran by Masih Alinejad, the next interviewee for his Spectator podcast, Marshall Matters.Thanks for your feedback!
- EntertainmentLA Times
Marcus Mumford reveals what inspired his new song: 'I was sexually abused as a child'
Ahead of his upcoming solo album, 'Self-Titled,' Marcus Mumford of Mumford & Sons delves into the meaning behind his new song, 'Cannibal.'Thanks for your feedback!
Marcus Mumford Opens Up About Childhood Sexual Abuse: ‘I Hadn’t Told Anyone About It for 30 Years’
Mumford's "Cannibal," off his forthcoming debut solo album, delves into his history with sexual abuse.Thanks for your feedback!
- EntertainmentRolling Stone
Marcus Mumford Reveals He Was Sexually Abused as a Child
Mumford & Sons frontman also discusses the departure of band member Winston Marshall in new interviewThanks for your feedback!
- CelebrityYahoo Celebrity
Former Mumford & Sons member Winston Marshall says he was 'condemned' by other artists following controversial tweets: 'I lost a lot of friends'
Winston Marshall, the former banjoist and guitarist for the popular rock band Mumford & Sons, says he "got his soul back" after leaving the band in 2021.Thanks for your feedback!
- EntertainmentConsequence of Sound
Ex-Mumford & Sons Banjoist Finds Even More Insufferable Gig as Conservative Blogger
In "When Artists Become the Censors," Winston Marshall pretends criticism is censorship in defending Joe Rogan from Neil Young. Ex-Mumford & Sons Banjoist Finds Even More Insufferable Gig as Conservative Blogger Wren GravesThanks for your feedback!
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What Winston Marshall’s Departure From Mumford & Sons Reveals About The Band’s Brand
The band’s banjoist, quit over his endorsement of controversial right-wing pundits. But Mumford & Sons has always had an unsettled relationship to traditional masculinity.View Entire Post ›Thanks for your feedback!
- CelebrityYahoo Celebrity UK
Winston Marshall says Mumford & Sons bandmates were targeted by 'internet mobs' before he quit
The musician said it was 'unpleasant' that his bandmates had been targeted.Thanks for your feedback!
- CelebrityThe Telegraph
'Top of the Toffs': The long history of surprisingly posh rock stars
When Winston Marshall quit the band Mumford & Sons on Thursday, I couldn’t help but smile at parts of his resignation blog. He wrote wistfully about the group’s early days, sleeping in “hostels in Fort William” and “pub floors in Ipswich”. Life was tough for the four-piece. Yet at the time when Mumford & Sons released their debut album, Marshall’s father, the hedge fund manager and philanthropist Paul Marshall, was worth a cool £300 million (according to the 2011 Sunday Times Rich List). He coulThanks for your feedback!
Mumford & Sons Co-Founder Says He’s Leaving To “Speak Freely” On Political Issues
A founding member of the English folk rock act Mumford & Sons said today in a Medium post that he’s leaving the band in order to avoid tainting them with his personal political opinions. Winston Marshall created a firestorm on social media in March when he tweeted support for journalist Andy Ngo’s book Unmasked: Inside […]Thanks for your feedback!