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Multi-talented singer/songwriter/musician/television host, Amir London, has been active in the entertainment industry for the past twenty years – from his first television appearance at the age of six, to his recent run as Iranian Artist Bijan Mortazavi’s live keyboardist, and as current host of the television series “Best of the Bay” (KRON 4) and “Best of LA” (KCOP 13).
London's first internationally released song was an instrumental track titled “Royaa” (Dream) which he wrote at the age of six, and was featured on his mother Maryam’s 1992 CD entitled SHAGHAYEGH.
From age seventeen to twenty-four, he helped establish three credited rock bands in the San Francisco Bay Area. His last band, Eterni, released the critically acclaimed ”Abandon the New Age” which is available on iTunes.
In 2009, Amir London released "Yek Kalameh (Anything, But Ordinary) which featured the hit single, "Rojeh Lab" along with "Bia Bia" (both songs received significant play on Persian TV and the influential site, RadioJavan.com). The record was the first and only by an Iranian-American to be distributed nationally through Best Buy.
For Iranian New Year (2010), Amir London was given the opportunity to be interviewed on the "Sarah and Vinnie show" on Alice 97.3 as the featured artist, and performed his song “Rojeh Lab” in studio.
Amir London is also an occasional host of the local Bay Area television show, "Best of the Bay" (KRON 4). Visit www.bestofthebaytv.com to see when Amir will be on TV next!
His latest record, "Goodnight" (available through iTunes) is a collection of 6 alternative pop songs, all in English and all written and produced by London. The album features the hit "Honey (Missing You Tonight)" and the fan favorite, "Don't Say a Word"