Feltbeats End Of Year Wrap-Up

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Want to know what happened on feltbeats.com in 2009? Here is our 2009 wrap-up.


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In January Tom and Jade visited Universal Studios on their Orlando vacation to check on the progress of the upcoming Wizarding World of Harry Potter theme park.
Tom Universal Decree


Tom, along with his on-screen father and aunt, Jason Issacs and Helena Bonham Carter, respectively, had the privilege of attending the Empire Awards at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London

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Tom released a new YouTube video with a preview of his new song “If You Could Be Anywhere”
Feltbeats.com learned that Tom would be playing a supporting role in the British independent film “13 Hours”
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In March, we got our first news about Tom’s intent to star in the upcoming WWII drama “Grace and Danger” formerly known as “Cold Blood Kill”.

Grace and Danger




In April, the first ever “Feltcast” was released. The one-and-only Tom Felton podcast brought to you by the admins of Feltbeats.com

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Feltbeats.com owner Misha had the opportunity to interview Tom for the second time. In this interview titled “The Twitter Interview”, Misha and Tom discuss acting, music, and questions submitted by his twitter followers.

Tom did get to take a well deserved break in April when he flew to Rome with a certain young lady to celebrate her birthday
Tom in Rome



On May 20th, Feltbeats.com celebrated it’s First Birthday! Read how the site began and see a shout out in the comments section from Tom Felton himself!

“In Good Hands”, Tom’s third album was released. The album can be downloaded from various sites and features 6 songs written and performed by Tom himself.

Also in May, Tom travelled to Majorca Spain to attend The Pirates Adventure 2009 show in support of The Great Ormond Street Hospital’s Childrens Charity.

Pirate Adventure


In June, Tom began filming for Deathly Hallows and tweeted about his first day on set.
Tom had the honor of narrating the making of the Half Blood Prince video game.
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The big promotional push for HBP began with Tom attending the FNAC event in Paris, and the Harry Potter bus tour in Leiscester Square.
HP Bus
To round out the month of June, a freshly bleached Tom attended a screening and Q&A of his film The Disappeared.
Disappeared Q&A



The month of July was all about one thing, the worldwide release of Harry Potter and The Half Blood Prince!

London Premiere

HBP Premiere

Members of the Feltbeats Army trekked to NY to experience the NY Premiere for themselves


Tom made an appearance at the Paramus NJ Hot Topic for a public Q&A and meet and greet for 750 fans.

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Due to the incredible amount of news coming in, feltbeats.com went live. Check out our Cover It Live blog for our full coverage of all the happenings surrounding the premieres, press junkets, and other events


The month of August brought more stops on Tom’s HBP promotional tour with an appearance with Evanna Lynch at the Greece HBP Premiere, as well as a visit to Japan.



In August, feltbeats.com received the first of many long awaited photos from Tom’s shoot with photographer Kai Z Feng.

Kai Z Feng


In September, feltbeats.com celebrated a monumental event in history. The birth of Tom Felton!

Happy Birthday

Tom's Cake

The Feltbeats Army Special Forces attended Dragon* Con, where Tom would be appearing, to present him with a special birthday surprise. He was presented with a birthday cake made by FA member Southernbets. Tom called it “a work of architectural genius”! I think that means he liked it!

FA at DC

While at Dragon Con, Tom participated in multiple Q&A’s that can only be described as hilarious!

Dragon Con

In September, Universal Studios Orlando held an exclusive webcast to announce the progress of the upcoming Wizarding World Of Harry Potter. Tom was invited to attend and given the honor of announcing that the park will be opening in the spring of 2010.

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In October Drama Magazine released their eagerly anticipated interview and photo spread of Tom. It did not disapoint!


Tom presented the Young FilmCritics awards during the launch of the National Schools Film Week at London’s Leicester Square

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Tom filmed a teaser trailer in October for his upcoming movie “In Between The Waves”



In November, Tom attended BBC’s Switch Live concert and awards show where he accepted the award for Favorite Flick for HBP.

Switch Live

We got our first look at Disc 2 from the HBP DVD. Tom was featured multiple times on the extra features disc.


In November, Tom also attended the T-4 Stars Of Tommorow concert with his HP co-stars Bonnie Wright and Matthew Lewis.

T-4 2


Tom capped off a great year of interviews with a press blitz to promote the DVD release of HBP in December. He was interviewed be MTV, People, ABC News, and various other radio stations and news outlets.

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Tom also attended the HMV signing event in promotion of the dvd release with HP co-stars Matthew Lewis, Jessie Cave and Evanna Lynch
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Tom closed out 2009 by presenting the Award for Best Sitcom at this years British Comedy Awards.
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Don’t Forget You Can Buy Tom’s Music At The Following Places!



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Tom On Twitter

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Thanks For A Great 2009!

We at Feltbeats.com want to thank you for such a wonderful 2009, and look forward to bringing you the latest and greatest Tom Felton news in 2010!




Feltbeats Army

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have had the opportunity to attend numerous events of his. Sound good to you? Sign up today!

Dead Channels Film Festival to Showcase The Disappeared

According to The Evening Class blog, The Disappeared will be shown at Dead Channels – the San Fransisco Festival of Fantastic Film.

Festival Poster

Here’s the blurb that was said about The Disappeared on The Evening Class:

Another Dead Channels U.S. theatrical premiere is Johnny Kervorkian’s The Disappeared, an intelligent suspenseful thriller starring Neil Murphy, Harry Treadaway and Tom Felton. This tragic tale of a family’s loss is emotionally heart-wrenching, extremely well-acted and scary as Hell. Teenaged Matthew has lost his mind. He is directly responsible for the disappearance and probable death of his younger brother, Tom, and he can’t bear the responsibility. It’s cracking him apart. When Matthew returns home from the Hospital, his father Jake valiantly attempts to contain his anger; but his calm façade is beginning to crack. Then young Tom returns from the grave and he’s not alone. Screening at the Roxie Film Center on Monday, October 6, 8:00PM and Thursday, October 9, 6:00PM.

If any Feltfan lives out on the West Coast, or thinks they can/or will be able to go to this festival please let us know.

Feltblogs: What people are saying about Feltbeats!

Jenny from the blog, “Driving On The Sidewalk,” who reviewed the first Feltbeats album “Time Well Spent” a few months ago, recently blogged about our post which mentioned her post. Now, let’s see if she mentions this post, which references her post which points to our post which deals with her post.

Excerpt from My Love Laboratory:


Actually, if you watch Time Isn’t Healing, his guitar skills aren’t that bad.

Plus his nice Draco-ish hair and wicked grin at the end, -whimpers-.

Excerpt from My Mind and Soul:

And here’s my playlist:


30. Silhouettes in Sunsets by Feltbeats (a pretty talented young man)

I recommend Silhouettes in Sunsets, you will find yourself humming along as paint splashes on your old, worn out jeans. It’ s Available on ITunes

This is the official Website : www.feltbeats.co.uk
or www.feltbeats.com
or look him up on Youtube “feltbeats”

This isn’t really a blog, rather a forum, but they say good things about Feltbeats!

Excerpt from HarryPotterFanfiction Forums:

OMG HE IS AMAZING! I am totally buying them on iTunes! Who would have known that Draco Dearest can sing that well?