Stevie Appleton

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Stevie Appleton
Stevie Appleton Press Shot.jpg
Background information
Birth nameStephen Appleton
Born (1989-05-01) 1 May 1989 (age 29)
Surrey, England
Occupation(s)Singer, songwriter, record producer
Years active2008–present
LabelsSpinnin' Records

Stephen Appleton (born 1 May 1989, Surrey, England) is a British singer, songwriter and record producer.[1]

At the age of fifteen, he began playing piano in a Soho restaurant performing his own material and covers from the likes of Elton John and Billy Joel. He was signed to RCA in mid-2007, after which he went travelling across Europe with friends before finishing his debut album. In 2007 Stevie signed his management to John Black at Black Gold Music Management.

Since then Appleton has furthered his travels with publicity shoots in Miami and Los Angeles, and a trip to Cape Town where he filmed 4 Smart Car TV commercials with director Robert Hales. During 2009 he performed alongside John Legend, The Saturdays and The Pussycat Dolls, along with headlining his own gigs throughout the UK.

Appleton was the face of a Smart (automobile) campaign during 2009/2010. He appeared in 4 TV commercials performing original music. The commercials were shown in Germany, The Netherlands, Italy and Japan.

In June and July 2009, Appleton was the opening act on the UK dates of Anastacia's Heavy Rotation Tour.

In August 2010, Appleton sang the theme song, "Everyone", at the opening of the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics in Singapore televised to an estimated 1.5 billion people, where he represented Europe alongside South African Jody Williams (Africa), Singaporean Tabitha Nauser (Asia) and Australian Jessica Mauboy (Oceania). American Sean Kingston (Americas) who was due as well did not perform due to a passport mix-up during immigration.[2] The song was written and produced by Ken Lim, a judge on Asian Idol as well as Singapore Idol and charted at No. 1 in Singapore for two weeks.

Attended St Georges College in Weybridge.

In September 2016 Stevie signed to MusicAllStars Publishing.

In April 2018 Stevie released his debut single 'Supposed To Do' with Warner Bros.



  • April 2018 Supposed To Do

As a main artist[edit]

(with Jody Williams, Sean Kingston, Tabitha Nauser and Jessica Mauboy)
2010 Non-album single




  1. ^ Lester, Paul (4 March 2009). "New band of the day – No 498: Steve Appleton | Music |". The Guardian. London. Retrieved 12 March 2010.
  2. ^ "No Kingston at YOG due to passport mix-up". 16 August 2010. Retrieved 31 December 2011.

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