Wood Newton (born September 16, 1946 in Hampton, Arkansas) is an American songwriter and musician based in Nashville, Tennessee. Newton was born in Hampton, Arkansas, and graduated from Hampton High School in Hampton, Arkansas in 1964. He graduated from the University of Arkansas in 1970.
In 1978 and 1979, Newton recorded for Elektra Records, charting the singles "Last Exit for Love", "Lock, Stock & Barrel" and "Julie (Do I Ever Cross Your Mind?)". He later became a songwriter for other artists, with his credits including Razzy Bailey's number one single "Midnight Hauler".
1 Live performances,
3 Chart Singles Written by Wood Newton,
4 Songs written by Wood Newton,
Live performances edit:
Newton performs on a regular basis with solo guitar, and vocals.