Singer/Songwriter, Performer, Teacher, Homeopath
An interest in homeopathy kick started a new road that led to Devon, the folk scene, duo Fiddlebix, and folk rock band the Dambuskers, as well as music research travels to China and Inner Mongolia. The album ‘Volcano Child’ reflects the exorcism and subsequent healing of a troubled soul that occurred along that road, and now, after obtaining a first class Music degree, and with head and heart full of flamenco, techno, classical, folk, rock and gypsy, we listen out for the spirited sound of Chloe’s wings beating at a higher altitude as she embarks on her second solo album. Watch this space!
With both parents professional musicians it was inevitable that Chloe follow in their classical footsteps…or was it? Starting the violin as a tiny five year old and dragged kicking and screaming through a junior scholarship to Trinity College of Music, scribbling last minute compositions on the tube up to London every Saturday morning and going AWOL on the tube every Saturday afternoon, Chloe discovered her first appreciative audiences busking the queue into Wimbledon Tennis! Earning a sum sufficient to purchase an InterRail ticket, age seventeen Chloe set off on the first of her many travels. To follow would be eight years of life on the road, often solitary and nomadic, a day to day existence of busking, rainbow painted guitars and underground bar scenes.
"I had the pleasure of seeing Chloe Bix a young singer/songwriter perform as support for Steeleye Span on Friday and It was the first time in years that I had been blown away by the beauty of a voice. Google her and see for yourself, spellbinding and that is not a word I use lightly."
"Hey Chloe, saw you at the Queens Theatre last night, and I don't think we were the only ones who wanted to hear more! I'm going to get my wife a couple of tickets to your January show for Christmas. Looking forward to it! "
“Chloe was the star of the evening, her gutsy voice and dynamic performance commanding the stage, leaving everybody wanting more.”
Andy Knight (Bideford Folk Festival Organiser)
“…I was impressed with her attitude, talent and music. She won the crowd over straight away and got an encore which is rare for an opening act!”
Ray Williams (First Step Management UK)