CHLOE LOUISE decided that singing was what she wanted to be doing around the age of two, when Julie Andrews taught her you could sing in public and she figured out costumes could be made out of curtains.
A few years later, after receiving her first tape player, along with a combination of Elvis, the Grease soundtrack, and TLC tapes (Thanks, Mom), she realized that you could not only sing songs, but also make up your own words. When her first guitar arrived in her early teens, Chloe dedicated every day to learning and writing new songs. She has spent the last 10 years playing shows, writing new music, and trying to maintain a balance of sparkle and witty lyrics.
Her influences include everything from Shania Twain to Drake. Singing in her shower solidly remains one of her number one hobbies.
LABRADOR is an indie rock band that sounds like the kind of thing you would hear in The Bronze on an episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer