Being the daughter of world class musicians doesn’t necessarily hand you the tools to find your own path.
Chloe Watkinson is the daughter of Terry Watkinson - keyboard player of Canadian rock legend Max Webster, and Carla Jensen, who sang the original “African Lion Safari Theme Song”. Chloe has spent her entire life surrounded by the workings of “show biz” but has managed to carve out her own style, voice and fan base. She has raised the bar every step of her career and is ready to reach the next level...
"A Universe" is Chloe’s first single (produced by legendary Grammy winning producer/engineer George Massenburg) and the name of her first massively successful headlining concert at Opera House in Toronto on Jan 20, 2018 .
Known as a passionate performer and songwriter who transcends genres, her music represents her life as a woman in Toronto. Expect edgy cinematic pop, rock and soul citing artists like David Bowie, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Nina Simone.
In addition to performing, recording and touring with bands such as Amy Louie Scholarship winners “Park Eddy” who held a 10 year residency at Grossman’s Tavern, and Toronto Independent Music Award winners “The Distillery” whose music was featured on the Toronto Blues Society’s “Fresh Baked Blues” compilation, Chloe’s accomplishments include recording with Jill Barber (2014’s “Fool’s Gold” and a performance at Massey Hall), Terry Watkinson (1995’s “Teratology” and 2016’s “Ask”), as well as performance highlights at festivals in Canada and the US.