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Sydney Music Artist Sammi Constantine Interview

I recently caught up with Sydney Music Artist, Sammi Constantine about her music, inspiration and the series issue of mental health awareness.

Singer/Songwriter and recording artist Sammi Constantine hailing from NSW, is an edgy pop force who is making her own waves in the Aussie pop scene. Sammi Constantine, developed her love for music at a young age, initially as a ballet dancer. As she transitioned out of dance and into songwriting Sammi found new outlet to express herself.

Sammi found her inimitable sound drawing from her broad influences and personal experiences. Having crafted her songwriting Sammi has participated on APRA SongHubs in Melbourne and was also selected for “50 Songs in 5 Days” at 301 Studios in 2018. In a short time Sammi has written with influential names in the industry including, Tommy Brown (USA), Warryn Campbell (USA), Just A Gent, Woodes, Elk Road, The Kite String Tangle, Mashd N Kutcher, Glades, Dylan Nash and many more. With an extensive catalog of collaborations, Sammi has worked on records that have been released via multiple well known labels such as, Universal Music Australia, Sony Music Australia, Circus Records, and Artist Intelligence Agency.

As well being more than comfortable on the stage, Sammi has performed at a number of festivals including SnowTunes, Sweaty Palms, Mountain Sounds and Ocean Rhythms Festival and made guest appearances at Groovin the Moo, Festival One (NZ), Big Top Luna Park, Metro Theatre (Jacob Collier support).

Most recently Sammi supported Rita Ora on her National Australian Tour to packed out rooms in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth on the tour.


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