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Awesome

Newton was fantastic on the night and made it an awesome experience. I am in the process of receiving a refund for this album as I notified them of the problem with the songs.It is also looking to be fixed soon.

He was AMAZING!!!

Went to see him and to be frank was possibly the best experience of my life!!! Only downside is iTunes seem to have gotten the names of the songs the wrong way around! :P No biggy, cause they're all as awesome as each other...

Aced

As brilliant a live performer as he is a writer! This one's not to be missed!

Biography

Born: 11 January 1985 in Surrey, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Sam Newton Battenberg Faulkner was born in Surrey on the 11th of January 1985 and attended the Academy of Contemporary Music in Guildford, studying the guitar and graduating at the age of 17. He played bass guitar in a Green Day cover band and, before going solo under the fuller name of Newton Battenburg Faulkner, he formed the funk-rock band Half a Guy with Matt Buchanan, Dave Elvy, and Nicola Crawshaw. The band released a live self-titled EP with no success and, rather than play angry metal music...
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iTunes Festival: London 2009 - EP, Newton Faulkner
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  • £4.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Singer/Songwriter
  • Released: 21 July 2009

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