|Years active 2007–present|
Record label RCA Records
|Name Sam Beeton|
Labels RCA Label Group
|Born 13 September 1988 (age 27)
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England (1988-09-13) |
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, musician
Instruments Vocals, guitar, drums, bass, piano
Website Sam Beeton official website
Albums No Definite Answer, iTunes Festival: London 2008
Genres Pop music, Soft rock, Independent music
Similar People Miss 600, Charlie Simpson, Emile Berliner, Spotlight Kid, Dog Is Dead
Sam beeton born at the end record club season 2 vol 4
Sam Beeton (born Samuel John Beeton, 13 September 1988, Nottingham, England) is a British singer-songwriter and musician. He released his debut single "What You Look For" in September 2008, which reached number 41 in the UK charts in the week up to 20 September 2008. His first album, No Definite Answer, was released on iTunes in 2008.
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Sexy teen singer sam beeton tells us how he got started
Sam attended Carlton le Willows School. Sam Beeton was discovered while playing in a bar, The Old Volunteer he was still at school aged 14. Sam was signed to the Notts County School of Excellence and played for the youth teams for 3 years at left midfield.
He played in a local young recording band called The Drains who are still playing on the Nottingham circuit.
Sam is involved in local charities as The Julie Cotton Foundation. He always plays at the annual concert at Rock City.
Sam has also modelled for the British fashion label Burberry, notably the Spring 2009 collection.
Sam was nominated for the Best Pop Act at the BT Digital Music Awards, and lost to Kylie Minogue. Sam Beeton has supported The Script, Sandi Thom, James Morrison, Scouting for Girls and Charlie Simpson on full UK tours and has also completed one UK tour in his own right. Beeton's first single had an unprecedented run as "record of the week" on the two shows Jo Whiley and Scott Mills of BBC Radio One consecutively. .