Abby London started off performing songs for imaginary audiences when she was 5 years old growing up in North Idaho. She turned to her songs for guidance and support much like escaping into a favorite album beneath a pair of headphones.
What Abby truly wanted most was to create a musical universe audiences could inhabit with her. Life hasn’t made it easy. She has been sidetracked with addictions, self-doubts, and physical ailments.
A few years after moving to Seattle Abby found her healing path. While sitting in her van one day an otherworldly voice moved her to turn the radio dial to a talk radio station hosted by cutting edge doctors who helped her see health holistically.
After getting sober in 2016 Abby began making her vision into reality. In November 2018, this culminated in a sold-out, self-produced show with costumes, props, baton, piano, guitar, prerecorded tracks she designed, and multimedia.
Abby’s music is mischievously honest, edgy, and full of humble pizzazz.
Whether on stage or in your headphones you don’t want to miss this exciting artist!
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I wrote I Wanna Go for my family and for myself to help process the pain of losing my precious, beautiful, funny, and welcoming cousin Lindsey. She was more than my cousin, she was my friend. There was no one else like her in the world. It still doesn't seem real. I feel like I could almost reach out and touch her, and bring her back. The pain goes on and on.
mischievous honesty with humble pizzazz
“A unique, quirky, and totally original songwriting voice. Catchy tunes, great piano and lyrics that are always provocative and stimulating glimpses into her head and heart. I try to never to miss a performance.”
— Robby London Emmy Award Winning Writer