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Sam Sparro (born Sam Falson on 8 November 1982) is a Grammy nominated Australian singer-songwriter, music producer and former child actor. His stage name was derived from a family nickname, which in turn was inspired by the Australian radio mascot Sammy Sparrow. He is signed to UK-based record label, Island Records. In December 2008, Sam received a Grammy Nomination for "Best Dance Recording", alongside Madonna, Rihanna, Daft Punk, Hot Chip and Lady GaGa, for his smash hit "Black and Gold".



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