David Austin (singer)

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David Austin
Origin United Kingdom
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, record producer
Labels Notting Hill Music
Associated acts George Michael, Andrew Ridgeley, Boogie Box High

David Austin is a songwriter from the United Kingdom, who released the single "Turn to Gold", co-written with George Michael in 1984. It reached #68.[1] The single featured backing vocals from George Michael, who called Austin his best friend in the documentary film, A Different Story.

Austin and Michael's joint work included the download-only single "John and Elvis Are Dead", their biggest hit "You Have Been Loved" and "Look at Your Hands" from the album Faith. "December Song (I Dreamed of Christmas)" was a Christmas single released by George Michael and David Austin together on December 14, 2009.

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