“This woman has serious pipes” – Adam Carter, CBC, Canada
Music has always been as much a part of Chloe as her red hair. Blessed with a voice that can be soft and sweet, or full of power and rasp, she transcends genres with ease.
“Forceful rock vocals with a great message, backed by gutsy guitars and drums” – Alan Anderton, 101.6FM, Bradford, UK
With a solid music education and a rich performance history (including at Preservation Hall and leading a brass band in New Orleans, and playing regional clubs and festivals in Canada and the US) Chloe launched her solo career in 2018, performing at Toronto venues such as Roy Thomson Hall for the Women's Blues Revue, Yonge-Dundas Square, and two US/Canadian tours featuring shows at Toronto's Opera House, Thorold's Canal Bank Shuffle Festival, and dates in New York, Vermont and Quebec. Her current single "Able" is a harmonica-driven song about living with agoraphobia, and a positive message that we can all overcome our fears.
“Like Taylor Momsen from the Pretty Reckless. I dig it!” – Darin, WFHB 91.3FM, Bloomington, Indiana, USA
Her singles are easily listenable, but she alludes to something deeper. Cosmology, astronomy, biology, and cultural diversity find their way into her lyrics. "Crystal Pistol" (Aporia Records) suggests that she has an inner activist; while "A Universe" (produced by Grammy-winning legend George Massenburg) shows a glimpse of a vulnerable lover.
“Heartwrenching blues for the 21st Century!” – Pete Hawley, Tameside Radio 103.6FM, UK
Informed by her experience, including singing alongside notable artists such as jazz icon Jill Barber, Canadian rock legend Max Webster's Terry Watkinson (her dad), and songwriter extraordinaire Lily Frost, Chloe brings her music to life on stage through bold and unapologetic performances, a true extension of her heart, soul, and spirit.