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White Sky
  • Artist: Chloe Hall
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 5021456133819
  • Item #: CDBY133819
  • Genre: Folk
  • Release Date: 8/26/2008
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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White Sky on CD

Well known to lovers of Australian contemporary folk music, Chloe Hall is a naturally engaging and entertaining songwriter with years of touring experience, both in Australia and overseas. An accomplished songwriter with a beautiful voice, she is a mature and assured artist, exuding real honesty and strength through her music. Through extensive touring, Chloe has built a relationship with folk and acoustic audiences, earning a reputation for unforgettable melodies, thought-provoking lyrics, stunning voice and for the energy and humour she brings to her live shows. Chloe has recorded 4 CDs: 2000: Debut album White Sky - lush, warm 'folk electronica'. 2002: EP - a more pop-flavoured promotional release. 2005: White Street - a return to roots, this album established Chloe Hall as the alternative folk artist she is today. Warm, woodgrain and acoustic, it was embraced by folk and acoustic audiences across Australia and Canada. New: Outside - the exciting new album is due for release in 2009. Continuing the collaboration with producer Greg Arnold (Carus, Skipping Girl Vinegar, Things of Stone and Wood) and mixed by alt-country star producer Brad Jones (Josh Rouse, Bob Evans), it follows the strong acoustic direction of White Street, but takes it a significant step further.