|Birth name||Julian John Bramley|
21 May 1964 |
Marylebone, London, England
|Associated acts||Kinky Machine, Mansun|
Following the split of Kinky Machine in 1995, Fenton briefly joined Mansun in 1996, filling in between the band's original drummer Hib’s departure and Andie Rathbone's recruitment. Fenton notably performed with the group at that years T in the Park and has also toured with The Lightning Seeds, Duran Duran, ABC, TJ Johnson and His Band, A-ha, Jimmy Ruffin and Arthur Brown.
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- Drum Lessons in London | World Heart Beat Music Academy | Wandsworth London. Worldheartbeat.org. Retrieved on 1 January 2014.
- The Blacklisted Journalist, Who Wants To Record Fusion Music With A Sizzling Bengali Baul? By Al Aronowitz, Babukishan Das Baul. Blacklistedjournalist.com. 1 February 2004
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