Newton Faulkner in Bristol
09:10 04 September 2013
Newton Faulkner recording his latest album
ACOUSTIC legend and multi-platinum selling artist Newton Faulkner is bringing his unique style to the South West.
The dreadlock-donning guitar guru has had two number one singles, been nominated for a Brit award and has now released a new album, called Studio Zoo.
He made waves while recording his new work, as he live-streamed this entire recording process for five weeks from his home studio via webcam.
His last album, Write It On Your Skin, made it to number one on the charts, as did his debut record Hand Built By Robots.
More than 1.5million albums and one world tour later, he is coming to Colston Hall in Bristol to perform his latest offerings.
The concert will be on February 27 next year at 7pm. Tickets, priced £20.96, are available from the box office on 08448 871500 or www.colstonhall.org/whatson/Event3740
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