ASC Melbourne Circle


Due to COVID-19 restrictions, all ASC Circle activities  are currently being held online in our virtual meeting room on Zoom.  Visit the Home page or Circle Facebook Event pages listed below for updates on Virtual Circle meetings taking place:

ASC Sydney Circle
ASC Melbourne Circle
ASC Hobart Circle

We hope to see you at a Virtual Circle soon!

Songwriters of all music genres and skill levels are welcome.  Develop your skills in the craft and business of songwriting, network and collaborate with other members, and be involved in this supportive songwriting community.

Circle dates and details are advertised in the Events Calendar on the Home page and also on the Circle's Facebook page.

ASC Members have free entry to the Circles and non-members can attend their first two meetings for free then become an ASC Member or pay $15 entry to further meetings.

The ASC Melbourne Circle coordinator is Courtney Keil. As with the Sydney Circle, we need a couple of volunteers to work with Courtney to help with social media, greeting people at the door on meeting nights, small admin tasks, etc.  If you are interested in being on the Melbourne Circle team, please contact Courtney at

We look forward to seeing you soon at the ASC Melbourne Circle!

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The ASC Melbourne Coordinator is Courtney Keil

Singer-songwriter Courtney Keil graduated from Country Music Association Australia Senior Academy of Country Music in 2016 and the last few years has been mentored/trained by the best in the business including 1991 Star Maker Winner/5x Golden Guitar Winner Gina Jeffreys & Renee Grant-Williams (Keith Urban/Garth Brooks).

Courtney has co-written with Templeton Thompson (Reba McEntire/Jo Dee Messina), Sam Gay (Little Texas/Bryan White), Rod McCormack, Barbara Hannan (Delta Goodrem/Vanessa Amorosi) and received awards at the 2016 Australian Songwriters Conference for Song of the Year, Pop & Country Categories.

Courtney's debut single ‘I Just Wanna Hold You’ reached #1 on the Australian iTunes Country Chart then debuted at #32 on The Music Network Country Hot 50 reaching a high of #15.