Roots

At the tender age of 5, Chloe discovered that when she sang, people stopped what they were doing and and listened. That discovery led to a lifelong love of telling stories and connecting to people through music. Whether singing in the UC Berkeley Gospel Choir, or as a lead vocalist in bands such as Foreverland, Soul Society, and No Regrets, Chloe has always felt the most fulfilled when she's singing for people.    

In 2015, on the heels of winning several songwriting competitions, Chloe began working with legendary Fleetwood Mac producer, Ken Caillat. His company, Sleeping Giant Records, signed Chloe to her first publishing deal. Since then, she has been writing and singing for various TV and film projects. 

Some of the things she's been up to are:

  • writer and vocalist for Sleeping Giant Records, West Hollywood, CA
  • writer and vocalist for TempleMusicGroup, SF

  • West Coast Songwriter’s Association (WCS) Best gospel song  

  • winner: WCS. Best blue grass song 

  • winner: WCS. Best adult contemporary song

  • winner: Renaissance Artists and Writers Association - Songs for Social Change 

  • Director: San Rafael Children’s Choir benefitting the Battered Women and Children’s Shelter 

  • Songwriting Mentor: Artist Max Los Angeles 

Chloe’s current project is as a songwriter for Heavy Hitters Music Group, a Los Angeles based music publishing agency. In early 2018 she was taken under the wing of songwriting guru, Jai Josef’s. He is proving to be Chloe's greatest mentor for crafting music.  When she’s not studying the theory behind it, Chloe is playing music at corporate events, festivals, and anywhere else music lovers go.  You can find her performing regularly at SF's exclusive Battery Club and at events in the bay area. In addition to performing, Chloe writes and sings for non-profit organizations.   

Her influences include Adele, Lauryn Hill, Billie Holiday, Whitney Houston, John Legend, Bruno Mars, Imagine Dragons, Bruce Springstein, and many others.


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"One good thing about music, when it hits you , you feel no pain." -Bob Marley