From Cast Party at Birdland Jazz Club in New York, headlining Tangier International Jazz Festival in Morocco, residencies at the Venetian and Sands Casinos in Macau, a release on the EMI label which charted in Europe, along with a string of original compositions which have been finalists in Australian and American songwriting contests and 5 studio albums – singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Sally London is “a chanteuse who is all platinum, classy and captivating and who has one of the best voices in this country”. Koop Kooper, Cocktail Nation – The Interviews


Sally has been sharing her passion for jazz, presenting jazz artists from all over the world on Sydney's "home of jazz", Eastside Radio FM89.7 since 2018.  Catch Sally on a Thursday morning 7-9am by streaming her "Jammin' Thursday" radio show online ( or tuning in to FM89.7.  If you miss a show, you can always play it back on


Sally returned with rave reviews as a headline act for the second time from the 2015 Tangier International Jazz Festival in Morocco:  "The public was carried away by the atmosphere that reigned on the stage, thanks to a remarkable performance given by the artist Sally London, one of the best composers / singers from Australia, who brilliantly moved from jazz to pop with her own compositions and a great sense of humor." Soleil FM, 93.5. 


"Sydney's Sally London: a chanteuse who is all platinum, classy and captivating and who has one of the best voices in this country". Koop Koooper, Cocktail Nation - The Interviews" Nov 2011   


 “Sally's  brazen, often playfully funny sensuality is like a splash of ice water underneath a desert sun. Her voice, sliding in between a sex-kitten purr and a soulful croon, is what microphones were made for." Music Industry News Network (USA), 28 Feb 2011.


 "Sally's current single is a blues gem",  reported The Manly Daily, 19 Feb 2010. 


"It's Mick Jagger's little sister" - Paris journalist Pascal Kober, 2 Feb 2010.    


Sally's music is regularly aired across community and jazz radio in Australia, the USA and Canada.  Sally’s compositions were finalists in the Music Oz 2013 Australian Independent Music Awards, the 2013 International Song Of The Year contest, the 2010 and 2012 Australian Songwriting Competition, the 2010 Great American Song Contest and were featured in 2013 on the Qantas in-flight Radio playlist.     "Lexi" was second place in the 2011 Great American Song Contest.      "Love Tequila" was ranked number 2 and "Hardest Mistakes”  ranked number 5 on the Indie Singles charts in December 2012 by the major radio platform in the USA and Canada. 


Sally's original compositions have been featured on various independent compilation albums released in Australia, and her version of the latin jazz standard "Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps" was released in November 2011 by EMI in Europe alongside her idols:   Dusty Springfield, Cilla Black, Eartha Kitt, Nancy Wilson and Dean Martin.   The song charted on the Greece Jazz Music Chart in 2010.  


Sally returned with rave reviews from opening the 2009 Tangier Jazz Festival in Morocco "The delightful Australian Sally London, was a hit at Castel Palace.”   She wowed audiences for 7 weeks as a headline act at the Venetian and Sands Casinos in Macau China in 2008, opened the 2010 Sydney Multicultural Festival, 2011 Dubbo Jazz Festival,  the 2014, 2012 and 2011 Every Woman Festivals (celebrating International Women's Day), 2012 River Rhythms Concert Series at Sydney Olympic Park, 2012 Transformal at the Carrington Hotel Ballroom (Blue Mountains) to celebrate gender diversity, 2008 Kings Cross Festival, 2009 Newcastle Jazz Festival, the Gold Coast Jazz and Blues Club and has regularly mesmerised crowds with her magnetic performances at Sydney's iconic jazz music venues including Foundry616, Low302, The Basement, Wine Banq, a four year residency at Opera Bar at Sydney's Opera House, the Marble Bar at Sydney's Hilton Hotel, and a seven year residency at Castle Hill RSL.