Ed Sheeran sings in court amid Marvin Gaye copyright battle

Ed Sheeran has been accused of copying his Grammy-winning "Thinking Out Loud" from "Let's Get It On" by Marvin Gaye. Sheeran's lawyers say both songs are based on a common chord progression.

Ed Sheeran in NYC court for federal copyright trial over Marvin Gaye classic "Let’s Get it On"

Musician Ed Sheeran played guitar and sang on the stand as part of his testimony in a copyright infringement trial about whether his smash single “Thinking Out Loud” copied the classic Marvin Gaye song “Let’s Get It On.”

Ed Sheeran performed part of his song “Thinking Out Loud” before a New York jury Thursday. The singer is on trial after being accused of ripping off Marvin Gaye’s soul classic “Let’s Get It On.”

Had the opportunity to interview the daughter of the late Marvin Gaye about the Ed Sheeran case that began in Manhattan today.

Ed Sheeran aims to prove he did not copy a Marvin Gaye song

That “Let’s Get It On”/Ed Sheeran lawsuit is bullshit and a slippery slope to a dangerous precedent if he loses. Here’s why imho.

Ed Sheeran testified with a guitar on Thursday at a closely watched copyright trial, defending his hit ballad “Thinking Out Loud” against an accusation that he had copied it from Marvin Gaye’s “Let’s Get It On.”

Ed Sheeran took the witness stand Tuesday at a copyright trial in which he stands accused of copying his ballad “Thinking Out Loud” from Marvin Gaye’s “Let’s Get It On.” In court, he said he and a co-writer created the song, inspired by his grandparents.