ASH LONDON IS A RISING STAR OF AUSTRALIAN RADIO

Ash London is a rising star. Listen to her interview on Game Changers: Radio.

From a young age it was clear that Ash London had but one ability in life – the gift of the gab. Lucky for her, that gift has landed her on television screens and radio dials for the better part of her 20’s. 

After forcing herself to attend university for three years, where she earned a bachelor of communications in media, Ash set off on a London adventure that cemented a lifelong love of live music. After revelling in Ray La Montagne at Royal Albert Hall to watching a then unknown Ellie Goulding at a Camden pub, she decided that she would actually die if she did not secure a career in the entertainment industry. A few short years later it all paid off when she beat 1200 other contestants and landed her first TV gig, hosting Saturday morning music show The Loop, a role she enjoyed for three successful years. 

2014 saw her branch out into radio, co-hosting Australia’s longest running radio chart show Take 40 with Angus O’Loughlin, and then launching Shazam Top 20 around the country every night across the Today network in 2015. 

Continuing both shows in 2016, it was also the year that saw her serve on Australia’s first ever Eurovision Juror Panel, and also host Junior Eurovision on SBS. Ash has also made regular appearances on Ten’s The Project, and Dirty Laundry Live for ABC. She also appears as an entertainment host worldwide on Redbull TV.

In 2017 Ash returned to radio, launching her national nights show across the HIT network - Ash London Live - celebrating her music passion weeknights (8pm-11pm) around the country. 

Her work has seen her interview everyone from One Direction to Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande to Adele, Bruno Mars to Slash. She’s talked colonics with MGMT, enjoyed a piggy back from Ed Sheeran and been invited to be the stand-in backup bass player in 5 Seconds of Summer. Also once she voiced a condom commercial which didn’t go down too well at family dinner. 

Follow Ash on Twitter @ash_london.