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SummerTyne Lovin’ for Northern Country Queen

(Images courtesy of Keith Fusco Photography)

Labelled as the Northern Country Queen, Tyneside-based singer-songwriter, Chloe Chadwick, takes her debut offering, Dustbowl Jukebox, into the acclaimed SummerTyne Americana Festival later this month.

A number of years in the making, and with her self-titled, 2015 EP, sandwiched in between, the launch itself was strategically placed either side of outings at Sage Gateshead, the second of which will see her appear the SummerTyne Americana Festival for the third successive year.

“What can I say about the SummerTyne Americana other than it’s just a fantastic event to be a part of once again,” Chloe stated with an enthusiastic smile.

I’ll be playing the concourse for the second time in three years having headlined the Jumping Hot Stage last year, but it’s great that artists from all over can be here so I’ll be sharing with the likes of The Shires, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Callaghan, Chuck Prophet, Sam Outlaw – it’s endless really.

I’m also looking forward to seeing some of the acts at this year’s event as I’ve always been elsewhere.”

“This festival puts the north east on the map for Americana music and it’s great to be a part of this wonderful event yet again!”

Of significant importance to Chloe’s musical career though was the launch of her debut album, it finally having been released to an increasingly eager following. The ten-track album, spearheaded by her latest single Love Will Find A Way sees Chloe aiming to take 2017 by storm.

An album that has something for everyone with undertones of pop, rock, country, blues and soul embedded throughout the artist believes she’s struck the perfect chord with this, adding: “My favourites are Big River and Plain Old Jane with the former being that classy ballad which relates to previous experiences whilst living life to the full.

“Recorded over in Los Angeles it came out exactly how I envisioned it, it really couldn’t have been any better.”

Her focus, albeit on her album launch, could well be swayed by end-of the-year awards nights, Chloe receiving dual nominations at the UKL Country Radio awards for the second successive year in September.

Nominated for both UK Country Artist of the Year and Female Country Singer of the Year among other country artists such as Jade Helliwell and Lily Garland, Wayne Jacobs and Zenne Kober, Chloe is adamant that her debut offering will carry her forward.

She added: “It’s been a labour of love more than twenty years in the making and the feeling is that I’ve delivered on my pledge to write the most authentic and personal account of an everyman’s journey through the trials and tribulations of everyday life.

“The actual launch itself was a huge success and for me there’s nothing better than playing to a home crowd and they certainly got behind me for my debut release and for that I’m thankful.”

You can keep up-to-date with all Chloe’s musical career via her website and can download the album via iTunes (hard copies also available via her website at £10)

Also, check out Keith Fusco Music Productions

 

Home Town Gal Returns for Americana Night

Country starlet, Chloe Chadwick, returns to Nantwich this weekend to perform at the Fat Pigeon Americana Night at The Studio alongside Angels with Dirty Faces and Christina Martin.

Miss Chadwick, 32, releases her debut album, Dustbowl Jukebox, at the end of the month in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne where she has resided for nearly a decade, carving out a successful career in the music industry.

The album, which is a culmination of a number of years’ worth of hard work, sweat, and often tears either side of her 2015 self-titled EP was announced early last month with the release of the single Love Will Find A Way.

She said: “I can’t wait to come to Nantwich for what will be a special night of good music with fabulous people.

“This visit is made even more special as it comes a week before my debut album launch back in Newcastle so I’ll showcase a couple of tracks from my album as well.

“I spent a few years living here with my mother in my early twenties so you could say this is where my music career took off really so it’ll be nice to be back home.

“As for the acts, I’ve worked with Angels with Dirty Faces so it’ll be great seeing them, as for Christina, she’s over from Canada so I’m really looking forward to seeing what she can do and I guess she will be with us as well.”

In respect of Dustbowl Jukebox, the ten-track album will be available from all music outlets and via www.chloechadwick.com at the end of the month. It features a mixture of music to cater for all needs with standouts being Love Will Find A Way, Big River and Plain Old Jane. 

Nominated for the second year running for two awards through UK Country Radio, Chloe added: “This has been a labour of love more than twenty years in the making.

“The feeling is that I’ve delivered on my pledge to write the most authentic and personal account of an everyman’s journey through the trials and tribulations of everyday life.

“There’s more to this eclectic assortment than just songs from the sunbelt.”

Christina Martin is a multi-award winning, alt country/classic rock musician from Nova Scotia; with five albums to her name, her fifth and most powerful being It’ll Be Alright, Miss Martin is touring the UK promoting her latest single, Lungs Are Burning, beginning here in Cheshire.

Chadwick shows that Love Will Find A Way

Tyneside’s Country-Americana singer-songwriter, Chloe Chadwick, is set to release her debut album, ‘Dustbowl Jukebox’ later this year and in doing so is embarking on a double tour for promotion.

Originally from the Potteries, in Stoke-on-Trent, Ms Chadwick has taken her time to put together he debut album in order to allow her genre of music more scope for growth and believes that she is doing this at the right time.

Providing what she describes as being a unique and distinctive style with a voice for the ages the soloist has two local dates penned in before touring, the first of which sees her supporting academy award nominee, Jeff Finlin, at Porters in Tynemouth on February 17 and the second with Celia Bryce as part of the ‘Women of Song’ tour in early March.

All about the music Chloe is looking forward to supporting both Finlin and Bryce in equal measures whilst knowing that, with the release of ‘Dustbowl Jukebox’ imminent, it’s about the music and the timing for her saying: “I want to be rewarded for the effort and the hard work which I’ve put into my career, and the album.

“Jeff is on a European acoustic tour and I think it’s amazing he is coming to the region and I’m really looking forward to playing with Celia, however, I didn’t want to flood my schedule with regional dates because of the album launch in late May/early June.

“I’ll be doing a tour for that with a north-east launch, on Tyneside, in early June, as well as taking in places such as Manchester and London, where I’ll play at The Sound Lounge and I’ll also be doing a BBC radio tour with both Newcastle and Teesside scheduled for a showcase, live performance.”

With the possibility of a single release prior to the album launch, ‘Love Will Find a Way’ mooted to be the scheduled release, Ms Chadwick has numerous reasons to allow her music to continue to flow, building on her success of the past twelve months.

“Personally, I class myself as Americana but still pushing the country genre as there’s lots of different acts coming over from America and selling out over here with Jeff being just one of them – there’s a market for it and the sound is definitely getting noticed.

“I’ve always had country feelings in me and learnt a lot about myself when I went on a mini-tour earlier this year.

“The upcoming album represents some of that, it represents the crazy, whirlwind life I’ve had in the industry whilst the jukebox is the collective mix of music I’ve written over the years not categorised into one genre.”

Chloe is scheduled to appear on the Nick Roberts BBC Introducing (Newcastle) on March 30, you can find out more via her Facebook.