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Australian Pop Singer Dioni Continues Successful Spring with Enchanting Lyric Video for “Don’t Let Me Down"

"Don't Let Me Down" Lyric Video 

Sydney’s Sweet, Soulful Siren: Australian Pop Singer Dioni Continues Successful Spring with Enchanting Lyric Video for “Don’t Let Me Down
Compared to 1960s icons Dusty Springfield and Sandie Shaw, multi-talented Dioni will release EP May 19th, 2015
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“Dioni has a rich voice that she uses on “Don’t Let Me Down” to transport listeners back to the 1960’s.” - Comic Pop Library
The Musebox today announced that Australia’s sweet and soulful new export, Dioni, has released the lyric video for her new single, “Don’t Let Me Down.” According to a recent review by O Kosmos, Dioni is Blessed with a heavenly voice and shows her masterful use of a massive range while incorporating warm, beautiful lows and powerful, honey-dipped highs."

Compared to ’60s icons Dusty Springfield and Sandie Shaw, the renaissance woman from Sydney has traveled extensively throughout Greece, performing in ancient theatres and stadiums in support of bands such as Faithless, Soft Cell, and The Chemical Brothers. Dioni has performed as a solo artist in Australia, France, Germany, Greece, and Qatar. She has a multilingual repertoire (including seven languages) and the ability to sing in multiple genres. More information on Dioni and the upcoming May 19 launch of her new EP is available on her official site.

After obtaining her Mass Communications degree from Macquarie University and being admitted as an associate of the Trinity College of London, Dioni studied at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music before setting off for Athens. After further study at the Conservatorium of Pireaus, she embarked on an eclectic musical journey throughout the world.

In 2001, Dioni co-founded her group Astyplaz, of which she is still the lyricist and vocalist. She soon caught the attention of veteran promoter Gilles Petelle, formerly of BMG Canada. Dioni played around the world, including Quebec City and Montreal, where her label Chic Vinyl Records is based. She has since released two albums, Name Your Slippers and Bi, with Astyplaz (Universal and EMI, respectively), and a third collaborative EP. Dioni has also had tracks featured in numerous compilations, including the internationally recognized Buddha Bar XI series.

Dioni has worked voluminously as a voice-over artist, contributing her mellifluous voice to animated film, television jingles, documentaries, video games, and educational videos. Integrating strong theatrical elements in all her shows, Dioni has been particularly influenced by Bertolt Brecht, Theatre of the Absurd, and German Expressionism.

Charity is close to Dioni’s heart. She has participated in various events, including the International Red Cross and a UNESCO concert for the International Day of Peace. Dioni was present for the Special Olympics of 2011, and enjoyed entertaining the Australian athletes in the presence of Tim Shriver.

Dioni is currently working on a solo album that is due to be released in the coming months. She will soon announce tour dates for her one-woman eclectic multimedia musical, Ode to a Crisis. The show debuted in front of a sell-out crowd at The Factory Theatre in Sydney in June 2014.
Read the full story at UnRatedMagazine.com

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