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Born Carson Wayne Newton on April 03, 1942 in Virginia, Wayne began performing as a child. On a family trip to the Grand Ole Opry that came through Roanoke, he was inspired & knew immediately he wanted to be a performer.

Wayne began playing the steel guitar at the age of four and was paid $5.00 for his first professional singing engagement at the age of six. Newton first hit the radio airwaves at age six for WDBJ in Roanoke where he did a morning show. Because of serious asthma, the Newton family relocated to Phoenix, Arizona.
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Aug 18 Fri 8:30 PM Wayne Newton Golden Nugget - Lake Charles
Lake Charles, LA
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Nov 5 Sun 3:00 PM Wayne Newton Arcada Theatre
Saint Charles, IL
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Darin oversaw the production of most of Newton's early Capitol recordings. Newton's first single to chart was 'Heart (I Hear You Beating)', in 1963 which was recorded in one take. Also in 1963 Wayne recorded his First Gold Record, 'Danke Schoen'. In 1964 Wayne began working with Jack Benny on a three-year tour. Brother Jerry dropped out in 1970. Wayne continued to headline in Las Vegas in addition to television appearances on The Lucy show, Bonanza and more.

He has won the Entertainer of the Year award more than any other performer, set a record as the highest-paid nightclub performer in history, bought (and later sold his interest in) the Aladdin casino, was knighted in Malta, and in addition to his numerous charity works, managed enough spare time to win an international award for his most active hobby, the breeding of Arabian stallions.