Siobhan Grogan is a freelance music, travel and lifestyle journalist and copywriter.

Her work has appeared in The Times, Telegraph, Mail on Sunday, Independent, National Geographic Traveller, Glamour, Red, Cosmopolitan, Grazia, Daily Mail, Evening Standard, Guardian, Financial Times, Harper's Bazaar (UK), NME, Country and Townhouse, Time Out, Woman and Home, Brides, City AM, EasyJet Traveller and High Life. 

She has also worked extensively as a copywriter for commercial clients including Carlsberg, Pride of Britain Hotels, The Brit Awards, British Airways Holidays, Conde Nast Traveller, Barbados Tourist Board, Warner Music, Pullman Hotels, Reading and Leeds Festival, Malta Tourist Board, Heathrow Airport, Princess Cruises, Latitude Festival and Sandals Resorts.

Her previous roles have included travel editor of New Woman magazine, a weekly live review column for the Sunday Mirror which ran for three years, and monthly album review columns for Red and Cosmopolitan. 

She has written tour programmes for Paul McCartney, Ed Sheeran, Amy Winehouse, Take That, The Script, Muse, Phil Collins, Rick Astley and Boyzone. Other interviews have included Coldplay, Yoko Ono, Lionel Richie, Ozzy Osbourne, Noel Gallagher, John Legend, Demi Lovato, Jason Derulo, Gwen Stefani, Lenny Kravitz, Brooke Shields, LL Cool J, Jon Bon Jovi, Kings of Leon, Macy Gray, Alanis Morissette, Jarvis Cocker, Adam Ant, Norah Jones, Sheryl Crow, Shakira and Annie Lennox.

As an e-commerce writer, she is a regular contributor to the Independent, Evening Standard, GQ, Woman and Home and Expert Reviews, covering food and wine, fashion and beauty, home appliances and tech.

Siobhan has appeared as an expert and commentator on Sky News, BBC Radio Five Live, MTV, BBC World Service, Channel Five, ITV and in the TV film '10 Ways Oasis Changed The World'. She also worked as a researcher on the 1997 documentary 'The Grape Tapes' and was the interviewer on the 2003 DVD 'Westlife: Unbreakable'. 

She has a BA (Hons) in English Language & Literature from Oxford University.