Alex Ebert of Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros Wins a Golden Globe

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Whoa! It looks like L.A.’s local favorite indie-folk hippie, Alex Ebert of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros has won himself a Golden Globe! Ebert won a Golden Globe for best original score for the motion picture “All Is Lost”. Not only was this Ebert’s first nomination ever, but it’s also his first win (obviously). That’s some pretty boss shit. Ebert has definitely come a long way from his early dance-punk days with Ima Robot.

And according to an annoying P. Diddy, (who always has to get in the mix of everything and anything) him and Ebert had recently partied together on a boat in St. Bart’s. Ebert looked a little starstruck as he walked on the Golden Globe stage to accept his award from Diddy and Usher, he whispered to Diddy, “Do you remember me from the boat?” You can watch a little video clip of it here, or scroll down below.

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Watch Alex Ebert accept his Gold Globe!

You can listen to Alex Ebert’s score for “All Is Lost” below.

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