Sam Beeton Performs New Song ‘Oh My Doll’

Sam Beeton posted a bedroom performance of a newly written song called ‘Oh My Doll’ at his YouTube channel. The British singer songwriter released his debut album ‘No Definite Answer’ in 2009 on Sony BMG. Watch it below.

Sam Beeton Performs At Glasgow’s King Tut’s Wah-Wah Hut

Sam Beeton hit King Tut’s Wah-Wah Hut for a live set in Glasgow, Scotland on September 23rd. Sam showed off his backstage drinking selection, followed by the filmographer Rocco Genovasi introducing the road crew and ending with Sam performing ‘What You Look For’ and an uptempo cover of Willie Nelson’s ‘Always On My Mind’ at the venue. Watch it below.

‘The 5:19 Show’ Interviews Sarah Whatmore & Sam Beeton

BBC Switch’s ‘The 5:19 Show’ features interviews with ‘Pop Idol’ alum Sarah Whatmore and British singer songwriter Sam Beeton. Sarah talked about pizza being her favorite food, cherries beind her favorite fruit, and talking five languages including frog. Watch the webisode, with Sarah’s inteview about 5 minutes in and Sam’s a few minutes after that, below.

Sam Beeton Talks About How He Got Discovered

Sam Beeton, seen here in a dimly lit room, talks about how he got discovered, what the song 'What U Look For' is all about and how there's a lot of women out there for himSinger-songwriter Sam Beeton spoke with ITN about how he got started and all about the new single ‘What U Look For’, from the album ‘No Definite Answer’.

“I was spotted playing in a bar and a fella made a recording of me playing live,” Beeton said about how he got discovered. “He was playing it one day and his next door neighbor heard it and he knew a producer. It’s just one of those strange stories. I was still at school and had a record contract offered.”

“I think if you get dumped or do some dumping, you see that person,” Sam said about ‘What U Look For’. “You know you’re not really bothered, but as soon as you see them again with someone else you start doing little stupid things.”

Asked if he’s popular with the ladies, Beeton responded, “I’m not complaining. I mean there’s a lot of women in there.”

Watch the interview via YouTube below.

Sam Beeton Talks With Earwig

Sam Beeton 2008Earwig caught up with Sam Beeton, talking with the British singer songwriter about how his family influenced him to become a musician, dad teaching him to play guitar at 5, recording his debut album, the ‘What You Look For’ music video, wanting to release an album to be able to tour, the sad story behind ‘This Lullaby’, feeling more relaxed performing before large audiences, and wanting to release an album that would make the world stop and think. The video, featuring live performance clips, can be viewed via MySpace below.

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