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Dan Clews is a British singer-songwriter who was born on 21 March, 1980 in British. He is best known for his folk-pop sound and his unique blend of acoustic and electronic elements. He has released four studio albums, two EPs, and a live album. Dan Clews began his career in music in the early 2000s, playing in various bands and performing at local venues. In 2006, he released his debut album, 'The Great Divide', which was well-received by critics and fans alike. Since then, he has released three more studio albums, 'The Longest Day', 'The Great Unknown', and 'The Great Divide II'. He has also released two EPs, 'The Great Divide EP' and 'The Great Unknown EP'. Dan Clews has toured extensively throughout the UK, Europe, and the US, and has performed at some of the world's most prestigious festivals, including Glastonbury, Latitude, and SXSW. He has also collaborated with a number of artists, including Ed Harcourt, The Leisure Society, and The Staves. As of 2021, Dan Clews's net worth is estimated to be around $1 million.
|Daniel Edward Beaumont Clews
|Musician, record producer
|43 years old
|21 March, 1980
|Bromley, Kent, England
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Dan Clews Net Worth
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|$1 Million - $5 Million
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His single "That's Enough For Me" was released on 3 March 2014. The follow up single "Edge of the World" was released on 28 April 2014, as was his album Tourist in My Own Backyard. Clews performed at the Hop Farm Festival 2014 and Glastonbury 2014.
In late 2013, Clews composed and performed the soundtrack to the short horror film Exile, directed by Zac Moss. The soundtrack, inspired by the work of drone metal bands such as Earth and Sunn O))), would be a departure from Clews's singer-songwriter background. Moss, a former guitar student of Clews's, had previously directed the music video for "Take One Away" from Clews's second solo album Tourist in My Own Backyard.
The new material was debuted live in 2012 with a slot at the Hop Farm Festival, swiftly followed by an 18 date UK tour supporting Level 42, culminating in a performance in front of set 5,000 people at a sold out Royal Albert Hall. To top it all off Dan was once again paired with Tim Minchin to perform on BBC’s ‘Children In Need’.
Clews continued to support the album with a series of well-received live dates across the country, before returning home to his studio on the family farm in Kent to record a new album. Over Christmas 2011, Dan was invited to accompany Tim Minchin for various charity shows at Shepherds Bush Empire, Hammersmith Apollo and a live session on XFM.Kent
The single, "Move Too Fast" spent five weeks on the BBC Radio 2 playlist from 3 April 2010.
Clews's first solo album, the eponymous Dan Clews, was released on 15 December 2009. The album received support from national and regional radio; most notably in the form of several spot plays on the Bob Harris Radio 2 show. The album was also to receive very favourable reviews in the December 2009 issues of Mojo, Uncut Record Collector & The Guardian.
Daniel Clews (born 21 March 1980) is a British-born singer/songwriter from Sevenoaks, Kent, England.