Zoe Newton is an acoustic/country singer-songwriter, inspired by celebrated songwriters Dolly Parton, Miranda Lambert, and Taylor Swift. Zoe has used songwriting as a way to express her emotions and thoughts from a young age, using only delicate lyrics and a guitar. Zoe’s intimate performance leads you through a stream of country-infused acoustic songs about love, life, and heartbreak.

Currently studying songwriting at BIMM Bristol, Zoe mainly performs in and around Bristol. However, originally from Trowbridge, a small town in the West Country, Zoe reflects on her roots and love of the countryside within her music, as well as regularly returning home to perform intimate shows. 

Zoe has been performing for five years, including performances at the Komedia (Bath), The Fleece (Bristol), BocaBar (Glastonbury), Victoria Hall (Radstock), Bradford Roots Festival, Bath International Music Festival, CalneFest, BBC6 Fringe Festival (Bristol), Bristol International Balloon Fiesta and a live performance and interview on BBC Radio Wiltshire and BSR FM.

Let’s face it we have all experienced those emotions at some time but only a talented artist can make sense of them.
— Steve Parkhouse, Jelli Records

The Sound of Zoe Newton: Young, talented singer/songwriter Zoe Newton plays guitar & brings her songs alive with a quaint but powerful vocal performance.
— karl shoemark, Glastonbury FM

a clutch of beautiful tunes
— RMT Music Productions

making a name for herself
— phil cooper (singer-songwriter)

Zoe’s songs are simply stunning and her quietly innocent demeanour means you can’t help but fall head over heels for her brand of country infused excellence. Not to be missed.
— Sheer Music

A young upcoming singer-songwriter who brings Country & Folk music together to create a warm and easy listening vibe to her audience
— Charlie Scoble (singer-songwriter)

The young lady has been impressing audiences with her soulful and heartfelt voice and guitar playing ability across the country of late
— The Ocelot

Strong performance and filled the room with a relaxed vibe
— The Wiltshire Times