Grant Siedle is a Melbourne-based singer/songwriter. Born in South Africa originally, he moved to Australia in 1980. His songs have the ability to take you on a journey and many of them have sprung from his own personal experiences.

Having played solo piano-bar, in a jazz trio, in rock outfits and also with a tribute band, he has the versatility to cover many styles of music. He is currently working on a new album.



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grant siedle: working man


Grant Siedle: Be Yourself



  • Working Man – 2004  (Review by Billy Pinnell)

    Blessed with a strong melodic voice and an up-front piano style that occasionally suggests Bruce Hornsby, Grant Siedle delivers an impressive debut with ‘Working Man’. While vocals and piano dominate each of the album’s eleven original songs Grant’s inventive arrangements featuring trumpet, cello, backing vocals and spatterings of keyboards, allow for interesting diversions on each of the jazz tinged mid-tempo tracks and intimate ballads.

  • Be Yourself – 2008  (Review by Billy Pinnell)

Singer/songwriter Grant Siedle takes a giant step forward with the release of his impressive second album.An accomplished pianist and singer, Siedle’s sophisticated arrangements featuring acoustic and electric guitars, flute, backing vocals and a versatile rhythm section add to the appeal of his original songs. When accompanying himself on acoustic piano there are unmistakable nods to Bruce Hornsby (‘Keep Burning’, ‘Feel The Force’) while on the melodic ‘One Way Road’, a string quartet adds just the right feel. ‘Your Soul’ with its spoken intro and funky feel highlights Siedle’s electric piano.