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Australian Pop Singer Simon Astley's song 'London' was played at the Queens Diamond Jubilee in the UK.

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As seen on TV on the Marngrook Footy Show in Australia & Late Night with Monica Price in the United Kingdom.

After extensive touring over the last decade, both in Australia and Overseas, eclectic pop singer Simon Astley is continuing his run of success working alongside award winning Australian Producer Sam Panetta (Kylie Minogue, Crowded House, Kisschasy), and New York USA Producer Ray Balconis.

Jumping back and forth between Australia and the UK since 2011, Simon Astley’s music has been influenced by the vastly different landscapes and experiences offered by these destinations in the UK. With a father from Birmingham and a Record Deal with UK Record Label Gotham Records, Astley naturally feels a tether between the UK and his home in Tasmania.

Crafting most of his songs from his surroundings and travel experiences, Simon Astley’s music also reflects his personal life and emotions, resulting in powerful catchy tunes.

Astley is collaborating on a song with Irish/Australian Singer Songwriter Damien Leith for the second time, after the success of their previous single “Love for the City” in 2020. They have penned a new track called “Crossroads”, which will be released later in the year.

Simon has recently been chosen as the Radio Announcer for the new Australian Radio Show called 'AUS10 Radio’, which is the affiliate of US10 Radio' & broadcast on radio stations throughout the United Kingdom.

 

Astley is no stranger to the TV screens, with appearances on the Marngrook Footy Show (AUS), Late Night with Monica Price (UK), The Real Sauce TV Show (UK), The Cath Vincent Show (NZ), Neighbours (AUS), Underbelly (AUS) Oogies Popcorn TV AD (USA), and Carlton Draught TV AD (AUS). Simon’s song 'London' was played as part of the Queens Diamond Jubilee in the United Kingdom in 2012.

 

Simon Astley's new single "Waiting at the Door' is out now!

 

"Simon Astley is a standout pop artist. One of the ones to watch."

- Ian Stedman, Wandsworth Magazine