About Frank Turner

Seen by some as one of the new generation of protest-rockers, British singer Frank Turner has a unique and multicultural background. He was born in Bahrain and educated at Eton, where he studied alongside Prince William. Now considered one of Britain's most popular folk/punk artists, Frank Turner first stepped into the spotlight at school with the alternative band Kneejerk. The band broke up pretty quickly, and in 2001, Turner joined the Million Dead, a London post-hardcore band. Four years and two albums later, the members of this band went its separate ways as well, and it was then that Turner started his solo career. In the eight years since, he has released ten albums, won three awards, and performed at the opening ceremony of the 2012 Olympics in London. Released in 2011, his most popular album is "England Keep My Bones", a passionate, sometimes foul-mouthed, collection of love songs. Turner's latest album, "Tape Deck Heart", is set for release in 2013. Loved by his fans for his intense lyrics and passionate performances, Turner sings about love and country and protests capitalism in his unique way. He performs at festivals and concerts in the UK, and his popularity has grown across the pond as well. Turner is backed by his band, the Sleeping Souls. Besides his solo work, Turner is also part of the Möngöl Hörde, a hardcore band he helped bring together in 2012. Frank Turner's other studio albums include "Love, Ire & Song," "Sleep is For The Week," and "Poetry of the Deed".

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