Another SOLD OUT cruise!
Taking some inspiration from a recent outing to the Migration Museum(check out their awesome events!) and from the origins of the name Chloe – meaning new growth – Floating Melodies will be hosting an edible flower high tea to accompany the original sounds and music of Chloe Castledine. Our dear friends at T BAR TEA SALON will be on board with an array of soothing teas. Plus there will be some gorgeous local sparkling wines if tea is not your drink of choice.
Chloe Castledine is a local Adelaide singer, songwriter, session vocalist and creative director. Chloe’s first singing experience was on national television at the age of sixteen, she was the youngest performer to sing and do well on Channel Nine’s Star Struck.
Songwriting began in 2005 when director Murali K Thalluri approached her to write the theme song for his feature film 2:37. The song “Don’t Forget Me” along with the film, made it to major film festivals around the world, including the Cannes Film Festival 2006. From here stemmed opportunities to continue to write for other Australian films, local artists and on her own solo project.
Chloe teamed up with Carl Dimataga and Terapai Richmond in Sydney to co-produce her debut EP, which is titled “Don’t Forget Me.” Her five songs on this EP bring a cocktail blend of cool, pop/soul and urban flavours and this EP is available to buy on iTunes. Now in 2016, Chloe is busy teaming up with amazing musicians and Miami producer StayBent KrunkaDelic to put together her new EP. Chloe’s new music will showcase her love and flair for pop, neo-soul and funk. Inspired by the sounds of Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Pharrell Williams and Justin Timberlake all mixed together.
Over the last 10 years, Chloe has been busy building up her reputation in many different areas; a session vocalist, a voice-over actress (Austereo, Nova) and a creative director for Civic Park Carols@ThePark 2012-2016. You may recognise her voice as “Bubbles the Beach Fairy” in Channel 7’s, The Fairies, as well as the voice of the Wallis Cinemas jingle and “Credit Union – Activate Account” television advertisement to name a few.
I am delighted to have such a wonderful local performer on board and encourage you to spread the word to any aspiring singers that may be unsure of what can be achieved in Adelaide and beyond.
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