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Sam Yeoward to release debut single

Sam Yeoward to release debut single

Sam Yeoward is pleased to announce the release of his much-anticipated debut solo single on April 25th.

Sam Yeoward is best known as one third of X Factor NZ group ‘TYP’. Rotorua-based Sam started out singing and playing guitar while attending school.

He entered the X Factor New Zealand auditions in 2013 as a solo singer but was quickly put into a boy band by the judges with two other fellow contestants to form ‘TYP’.

Although TYP didn’t continue past the Judges Houses, Sam decided he wanted a future in the music industry.

Sam says “I realised quickly that I wanted to follow my dreams as a musician after X Factor and this lead me to the recording of ‘Wont Let You Down’.”

‘WON’T LET YOU DOWN’ WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE ON iTUNES AND AMPLIFIER ON FRIDAY 25th APRIL 2014


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