Shelley Scown is an Australian singer, musician and educator who has contributed widely to the Australian and Indigenous music industry.
Scown is probably best known for her 1997 Jazz album, Angel. She collaborated with other respected Australian musicians, such as Paul Grabowsky, Bernie McGann, The Groovematics and Kate Ceberano. The album was nominated for an ARIA music award in 1998, but lost to The Future of Today by Chaplin, Tinkler, Rex, & Lamble.
As well as working on stage, Scown has also worked in film. Her credits include: Turn It Up (1991) (an unscreened television series pilot co-starring Marg Downey, Lisa McCune and Glenn Robbins; she appeared as a character called Carsonette), Lucky Break (1994) (with Gia Carides and Anthony LaPaglia; she played a lounge singer at a resort) and as a member of the music department where she was a lead vocalist in Noah's Ark (1999).
-  at http://www.novanation.com.au/event/shelley-scown-quartet_99482
-  at http://abcjazz.net.au/artist/shelley-scown
- Jackson, Andra (26 September 2008). "Grabowsky finds three into 50 goes". The Age. Retrieved 11 December 2011.
- "Jazz cabaret at Scotch". Scotch College Melbourne. Retrieved 11 December 2011.
-  at http://www.ariaawards.com.au/history/award/best-jazz-album
-  at http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1051351