Artist: Chloe Geeson
“Chloe Geeson” is a teenage internet sensation,
well known for her cover videos on popular music. Chloe has released numerous covers and music since 2014, when she released her first cover “My Heart Will Go On”, which gained lots of views but a lot more on fandalism which totals over 50k in the week of its release.
Since, she has released over 55 additional covers and is planning to release original songs. She grew in fame and acknowledgement through her first year in 2014 because of Fandalism.com, and has developed a wider and more
professional promotion of herself with an official website on Facebook, the
release of several cover songs, and numerous live concerts with a choir she
used to be in and they went live on TV in 2012 cross the world for Children
In Need. Chloe plans to do more exciting things for her music career and hopes to go on tour and do an entire
concert to her loyal fan-base one day she hopes to make the world a better place with her music.
Chloe has been singing from a toddler and hasn’t stopped since but she began writing her own original songs between the ages of 10 and 11 years old but at 12 years old her muic teacher decided to teach her a thing or two on the keyboard. Chloe hopes to perform more and release more original songs, hopes to travel the world and inspire others with her music.
I love doing music in my spare time when I haven’t got anything much else to do. I like practising my song-writing skills too.
What Music activities are you involved in? Recording artist, songwriter, composer, producer, engineer?
I’m mainly a song-writer and a singer but I have an aspiration to make it into the music buisness and show that dreams come true with a bit of dedication even though some of us have to take risks and sacrifices to get there.
What are you most proud of musically?
I’m proud of the fact I get to share my music online and that I get to sing I feel that if you have a dream it will make you work hard and appreciate live more in general.
How would you describe your music?
I like funky up-beat kind of music but yet I like slow ballads or acoustic country. I’d like to bring music back into this world.
How long have you been playing music?
Since I was a toddler as I’ve been singing from the age of 2, but writing songs from the age of 10/11 years of age.
What are you trying to say through your music?
I like to put a message behind the original ones that I release I think it can speak when no one else can I feel as if it is a really good way to express yourself.
How important is performing to you?
Performing to me is important and I’d like to do more of that as it’ll be nice to meet fans and for them to see me live and not just online, but if I book a gig I’ll be sure to let my fans know all the details.
How did you become interested in music?
I’m not really sure entirely I found it as a way to get rid of my problems I had growing up as we’ve all faced hard decisions and it was like an escape for me.
If nobody listened to your music, would it still be part of your life?
Yes of course it’s like a part of me if that was the case I’d do it for my own entertainment, but I would have to find a full time job and leave music as a hobby.
Do you get nervous when you perform?
Yes of course naturally before you go out there you might feel nervous but you feel a lot better after a while once you’re up there.
As a singer/instrumentalist how important is practice?
I’m always practising my singing I want to improve the way I sound I practice almost every night.
What advice would you give to young musicians starting out?
My advice would be to share your music and don’t be afraid if you get turned down or told you’re not good enough because even if it’s a hobby or a dream you should follow your dreams and keep at your hobbies because “Never Say Never” it’ll take you anywhere.
Do you worry about making it in todays music industry?
I do a little bit as I know that it’s competitive and there’s always lots of competition but I’m going to keep at what I’m doing and see where it takes me I like to let life guide me.
Do you write your own music?
I write my own songs yes when I get inspired and that could happen anywhere wherever I am I’ve recently released my own original even though I didn’t make the backing track called “Your Heart” and that’s all about believing in yourself and no matter what someone tells you keep at your dreams and aspirations.
What is your favourite time day or night, to work on music?
I like to work on music mainly at night but I might find myself singing or writing a new song in the day time too it differers.
Did you ever take music lessons?
Yes in high school I took 2 years of keyboard lessons and reading basic music. In 2012 I was in a choir and went live on Children In Need show that was an amazing experience. I also took one year of vocal lessons as well.
What affect do you want your music to have on others?
I’d like to inspire and show dreams come true with a bit of hard work and dedication.
How important is it to fit music into your daily life?
To me it’s very important I always fit it in during my day or evenings.
Do you ever use mobile technology to help you record your ideas?
I use my computer or I use paper and pencil for my ideas computer for my backing tracks and my pencil and paper for my song ideas.
My final thoughts to inspire young musicians:
My final thoughts to the younger generations of young musicians would be keep playing music as you never know where live will take you.
Thank you on behalf of Listening Edge Records for taking time to share with us your thoughts on music, and helping inspire musicians of all ages.Trevor Baron President Listening Edge Records