Fiona Bevan is a hit songwriter, achieving a number 1 album with Kylie Minogue and penning hit songs with Lewis Capaldi, Matthew E. White and Natalie Prass, Ed Sheeran, Tom Walker, Steps, Aurora, Dan from Bastille and many more. Her collaboration with Ed Sheeran, ‘Little Things’ – became a number 1 hit in 13 countries for One Direction.
Fiona is currently writing with Nile Rodgers, Rationale, Troy Miller, and Mr Hudson, and working with new artists including Joy Crookes, Zak Abel, Ewan Mainwood, Tom King & Tamzene amongst others. Fiona was a judge and mentor for the Rising Star nominee Rachel Chinouriri for this year’s Ivor Novello Awards with Apple Music. She also represents songwriters on the Ivors Songwriter Committee and the PRS Members’ Council. During the recent DCMS Investigation into streaming, Fiona gave evidence and has since spoken out for songwriters with outlets including the BBC, C4 News, ITV News, The Guardian, The Times. Fiona was recently asked by Björn Ulvaeus of ABBA to join him as an ambassador for his new in it in t iv e C re d it s Due https:/ / www.creditsdue.org/ which is a pledge by the music industry to ensure that complete and accurate song metadata is attached to all recordings at the point of creation. Alongside her writing career, Fiona is also a prolific artist and has just finished writing and s e lf- producing her new EP, co-mixed with Steph Marziano (Hayley Williams, BLOXX, So p h ie & The Giants). Her previous release, ‘Wild Angels Sweet Demons’, was produced by Grammy award-winning engineer Robin Baynton (Mumford And Sons, Laura Marling, Isaac Gracie), released independently, and went straight to number 2 in France, and number 7 in both the UK and Canada iTunes singer- song writer cha rts.Fiona has toured with Ed Sheeran, Nick Mulvey, Adam Ant, Ruston Kelly and The Wandering Hearts, after they met onstage playing at The Bluebird in Nashville
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