David Newton

David Newton


David Newton was the guitarist and co-songwriter for the U.K.'s Mighty Lemon Drops from 1985 to 1993. He subsequently played with the Blue Aeroplanes before relocating to Los Angeles with his wife Bekki in 1995. He then opened a recording studio in Burbank and turned to a career in production, including work for Cerulean, The Little Ones, and The Forty Nineteens. He currently fronts David Newton & Thee Mighty Angels, who released a new album, "A Gateway to a Lifetime of Disappointment," in 2020.

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