Chloe Logarzo is an Australian international soccer midfielder who plays for Washington Spirit in the NWSL on loan from Sydney FC and the Australian national team. Logarzo was born in New South Wales, her family is Italian on Scottish on her mother's side. She started playing football aged five, but did not play at an elite level until some years having been rejected on some occasions for a lack of size. Logarzo began her career with Sydney FC during the 2011–12 W-League season, made her debut in a 4–1 victory over Newcastle Jets on 12 November 2011, her second, final, appearance of the season came in a 3–0 victory over Perth Glory on 7 January 2012. Logarzo remained with Sydney FC for the 2012–13 season, she scored her first goal for the club against Perth Glory on 17 November 2012, but was unable to prevent Sydney FC from losing 3–1. She was on the scoresheet once more in the following game, scoring twice in a 4–0 victory over Adelaide United on 24 November 2012. Logarzo played a total of twelve league games over the course of the season, scoring thrice, as Sydney FC won the W-League title for the second time.
Logarzo joined fellow Australian and Colorado Pride W-League Head Coach Daniel Clitnovici in the 2014 USL W-League. Logarzo led Colorado Pride to a historic play off berth in their inaugural season with 8 goals and 7 assists in 10 games as well as being named the 2014 USL W-League Rookie of the year. An award handed out to the player in their 1st season playing in the W-League. Logarzo was retained by Sydney FC for the 2013–14 season. Logarzo joined Newcastle Jets for the 2015–16 season, she intended to return for 2016–17, refusing bigger offers from elsewhere, but arrived carrying an ankle injury sustained during her spell in Sweden with Eskilstuna United. In October 2017, it was announced. In June 2016, Logarzo joined Swedish Damallsvenskan side Eskilstuna United, she made her debut on 28 August 2016 playing the whole match in a 2–1 victory over Vittsjö. She scored her first goal in a 3–1 victory over Kopparbergs/Göteborg on 25 September 2016. Logarzo made 10 league appearances scoring two goals and left the club following their UEFA Women's Champions League defeat by VfL Wolfsburg.
In February 2017, Logarzo joined Norwegian Toppserien side Avaldsnes, she made 16 appearances for the club. In October 2017, Logarzo returned to Sydney FC. In the 2017-18 season Logarzo scored 3 goals, she re-signed with Sydney for the 2018-19 W-League season and appeared in all 14 games for the team Logarzo scored Sydney's fourth goal in the 2019 W-League Grand Final, helping Sydney to a 4–2 victory over Perth, this was Logarzo's second W-League Championship. Logarzo signed with Blacktown Spartans FC in the NPL NSW for the 2018 season. In February 2019, the Washington Spirit announced that Logarzo would be joining the team on loan for the 2019 NWSL season. Logarzo was the captain of the Australian under-20 side that finished runner-up to the Japanese under-23 side at the 2013 AFF Women's Championship, drawing praise for her performance in the final, she retained her place in the squad for the AFC U-19 Women's Championship. She made her full international debut for Australia on 24 November 2013, in a 2–0 victory over China.
Logarzo was dropped from the Matildas squad for the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup, but was included in the team for the 2016 Summer Olympics. She appeared in all four of Australia's matches in Rio. Logarzo was one of Australia's penalty takers as their Quarter-final match against Brazil went to penalties, she converted her penalty, but Australia was defeated 7-6. Logarzo was part of the Matildas squad that won the 2017 Tournament of Nations and defeated the United States for the first time, she participated in her first Asian Cup in 2018. Logarzo scored a goal in their group stage game against Vietnam. Sydney FCW-League Championship: 2012–13 W-League Championship: 2018–19 AFC Olympic Qualifying Tournament: 2016 Tournament of Nations: 2017 W-League Rookie of the Year: 2014 Women's association football in Australia Chloe's partner/girlfriend is softballer Jasmine Peters. Chloe Logarzo at Soccerway Chloe Logarzo on Twitter
Chloë Alper is a British singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. She began her music career in 1996 with girl punk band Period Pains, she was the singer and bassist in the British new prog rock group Pure Reason Revolution and is performing as half of the British rock duo Tiny Giant, her solo release, "Juno", features on the original motion picture soundtrack to Maniac. Another solo release, "True Love", is the title track to the American supernatural horror film Amityville: The Awakening. Born September 13, 1981, from the age of 13, Alper fronted the cult Riot grrrl punk band Period Pains, based in Reading; the band formed in 1995 with Alper on vocals, Felicity Aldridge on guitar, Laura Warwick on bass and Laura Viney on drums. Viney was replaced by Magdalena Przybylski, their 1997 anti-Spice Girls single, "Spice Girls", was released on Damaged Goods. The disc received airplay from John Peel, for whom they recorded a session, released as an EP; the band were highlighted by John Peel in his Festive 50 for 1997.
The band were covered by publications including The Daily Mail and Just 17 but only played a few live shows, notably opening in the Dr Martens tent for the 1997 Reading Festival. Alper joined Reading-based band The Sunset Sound, which became Pure Reason Revolution, contributing vocals, picking up the bass guitar after the previous bassist left. Alper plays keyboards, including a midi sample-triggering keyboard during live performances. In shows in 2010 and 2011 she played an Epiphone SG guitar on certain tracks; the band signed to Alan McGee's Poptones label for a one-off release of "Apprentice of the Universe", which peaked at number 12 in the indie charts. Signing to SonyBMG in autumn 2004, the following year saw Pure Reason Revolution releasing two singles and one mini-album, followed by the full-length debut The Dark Third in 2006, with producer Paul Northfield. During this time, PRR supported Mew, Hope of the States, Porcupine Tree, Secret Machines and Oceansize, as well as headlining their own gigs, recorded sessions for Mark Radcliffe's BBC Radio 2 show and XFM.
The band's second album Amor Vincit Omnia was released in March 2009 on Superball Music, accompanied by an extensive headline tour of Britain and Europe. The band were track of the week on Kerrang! Radio and track of the day in Classic Rock Magazine; the new music was darker and more electronic than previous offerings, qualities that were retained for 2010's third studio album and Anvil released via Superball. Hammer and Anvil opens with a track sung by Alper, Fight Fire, which received lengthy airtime on XFM and other radio stations. Pure Reason Revolution split on good terms in November 2011, with members choosing to pursue other projects. A final series of concerts in the UK saw the Dark Third album played in full for the first time. A final EP entitled Valour was released as a download-only in conjunction with the break up, with proceeds donated to charity. In 2013, Alper began work on a solo project for which she recorded songs in collaboration with Tom Bellamy, who worked on Pure Reason Revolution's final album and Anvil) and Robin Coudert.
"Juno", written by Alper and Coudert, is featured on the original motion picture soundtrack to the 2013 film Maniac. In 2015 Alper announced, their first single Joely was released on 9 May 2016 which won them a nomination for the Limelight award at the Progressive Music Awards Eon Music. They released School of Hard Knocks, Draw me a Line and Thirsty & Sad. A leaked album track soundtracked Vanity Fair's "Playhouse Presents" series for Sky Arts Alper is a designer and artist, she designed the cover-slip for Pure Reason Revolution's single entitled "Victorious Cupid", distributed at tours in 2006 and 2007 to accommodate the free Myspace download, which has since become a collector's item. She designed the cover art for the official "Victorious Cupid" EP release on ORG records in 2008, she designed the artwork for Porcupine Tree drummer Gavin Harrison's 2007 collaboration with 05Ric, Drop. Alper designed the album artwork for Pure Reason Revolution's 2009 release, Amor Vincit Omnia; the sleeve contained a 16-page booklet.
Some limited edition numbered prints of these plates were made available on her website in early 2009. Alper performs under the pseudonym'Chloe Ramone'. Official website Woman Rock interview with Alper, 2005 Disorder magazine interview, 2006 BBC Interview with Pure Reason Revolution by Linda Serck 23-03-2009
Chloe is the stage name of an American pornographic actress, nude model and director. Chloe was born in California, she was raised Catholic. She has described herself as having been an over-imaginative child, with more imaginary friends than real ones, she practiced classical ballet for 10 years from age 6 into her teenage years and dreamed of becoming a professional ballerina. She quit at age 17 due to feeling exhausted, she says. In first grade, an accident damaged her clitoris, she has stated it is "always hard but I don't feel anything". However, she is still able to orgasm through stimulation of her g-spot, which involves inserting large, wide objects into her vagina, she has stated "the deeper the better", she appeared in a controversial double-fisting scene with fellow porn actress Alisha Klass in Seymore Butts' video Tampa Tushy Fest 1. The film won the "Best All-Girl Sex Scene – Video" award at the 2000 AVN Awards; when she was 17 she began using drugs amphetamine. At the age of 18 she moved to Riverside, where she first worked as a dental assistant.
She worked as a waitress, became a roadie for the rock band Poison. In 1996, her boyfriend at the time introduced her to them. At 20, Chloe began injecting heroin, did not quit until 1999. Chloe began her adult career in 1995, she has commented that during her first porn shoot, she was "on drugs...and didn't care". Early on she appeared in gonzo hardcore movies. In 2001, Chloe signed an exclusive contract with the adult film company VCA Pictures. Chloe is involved with the Los Angeles Needle Exchange, a program designed to combat the spread of AIDS and other diseases by providing IV drug users with clean hypodermic needles, as well as offering support and referral to support groups and drug rehabilitation programs, she is involved with the Adult Industry Medical Health Care Foundation, an organization that provides testing and treatment for AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases. She is a strong supporter of practices preventing the spread of STDs, as she is known in the industry for having a policy requiring use of condoms for straight scenes.
In a 2000 interview she said. The day that I have to fake an orgasm will be the last day that I work", she has a few adult novelty toy lines. The most noted is a toy called The Fist of Fury, it was molded from Chloe's closed forearm, due to her numerous popular fisting videos. She has commented that, "In every scene that I do there is a fisting going on the viewer just doesn't get to see it; the distributors are paranoid about putting something like this out."In 2003 Chloe hosted the 20th Annual Adult Video News AVN Awards in Las Vegas, Nevada. A multiple AVN Award winner herself, she has appeared in several cable movies and specials on MTV, VH-1, Showtime, she has a filmography of over 450 movies. She stars and sings in the adult film Veronica Hart's Misty Beethoven: The Musical, a musical remake of Henry Paris' famous 1976 adult film The Opening of Misty Beethoven. Chloe hosts a radio show on KSEX. On 11 January 2005, she stated during the show that she had overdosed four times during her life, twice on heroin and twice on cocaine.
She has directed films for Elegant Angel. In a 2001 interview with Martin Amis Chloe revealed. I like being spat on: it feels like cum on your chest. I like to be choked. I like to be fisted. For vaginal I prefer a girthy kind of dick." "For anal I prefer a thinner kind of dick. "No. Come to think of it, I get two thick ones. I like to feel crammed." She stated that unlike most female pornstars her parents approve of her work, however she said of porn actresses, "We're prostitutes... There are differences. You can choose your partners, they're tested for AIDS – you won't get your john to do that, but we're prostitutes: we exchange sex for money."She was offered a part in a production of Lady Chatterley's Lover, was fired when the producers learned of her porn background. She has produced and sang on a single called "Harder" by Sabateur, on the compilation CD Porn to Rock, an album of tracks which feature various porn stars. 1998XRCO Best Group Sex Scene for The Psycosexuals XRCO Unsung Siren 1999XRCO Best Girl-Girl Scene for Tampa Tushy Fest 1 AVN Best Anal Sex Scene – Film for The KissAVN Best Supporting Actress – Film for The Masseuse 3AVN Female Performer of the Year 2000XRCO Best Girl-Girl Scene for Torn AVN Best Actress – Film for ChloeAVN Best All-Girl Sex Scene – Video for Tampa Tushy FestAVN Best Anal Sex Scene – Film for Breaking UpAVN Best Solo Sex Scene for Chloe 2001XRCO Orgasmic Analist AVN Best Supporting Actress – Film for True Blue 2002XRCO Best Male-Female Sex Scene for Welcome to Chloeville 3 AVN Best All-Girl Sex Scene – Video for Where The Girls Sweat 5 2003NightMoves Best Director 2005AVN Most Outrageous Sex Scene for Misty Beethoven, The Musical 2006AVN Hall of Fame 2007NightMoves Hall of Fame 2008XRCO Hall of Fame Chloe on IMDb Chloe at the Internet Adult Film Database Chloe at the Adult Film Database
Chloe Naomi Rogers is an English field hockey player midfield and forward and London 2012 Olympic bronze medal-winner. She made her senior international debut for the England women's national field hockey team in November 2003 versus Japan at Chelmer Park, Essex, she holds a World Cup bronze, a Champions Trophy silver and bronze along with two Commonwealth Games bronze medals as well as European Championship bronzes. She is one of the leading indoor hockey players in the UK. Chloe Rogers first started playing hockey in 1994 at Dunmow Hockey Club when the Dunmow Minis were first formed, she went on to play for other clubs in Essex including Dunmow HC, Braintree HC and Bishop's Stortford HC before spending 8 seasons with Chelmsford Hockey Club. She was the England women's team's top goal scorer at the 2006 World Cup in Madrid, helping the team to finish seventh, other international honours include a KT Cup gold medal and a Setanta Sports Trophy gold medal.2006 marked the first Commonwealth Games bronze medal win at the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games in Australia.
Chloe scored the opening goal in Chelmsford's 2–1 win over Canterbury in the final of the English indoor hockey championships in 2006. Chelmsford went to Hamburg, Germany in February 2007, to take part in the women's Eurohockey Indoor Club Champions Cup, they finished sixth overall in the competition, with Chloe scoring at least once in every Chelmsford match. At Chelmsford she won a European outdoor silver medal and a European indoor bronze medal and, under Karen Brown's coaching, the side came runners-up in the Premier League. England women's national field hockey team qualified for the Beijing Olympics at the Eurohockey Nations Championship staged at Belle Vue, in Manchester, during August 2007. Chloe was a part of the team that came 3rd and won a bronze medal, during the bronze medal match with Spain she received her 50th international cap for England. Chloe has the nickname in the Chelmsford team of "Ginger", after Ginger Rogers. During the Summer of 2009 Chloe played in the Champions Trophy in Sydney, won bronze in Amsterdam at the Eurohockey Nations Championship 2009 with England.
In September 2008 she moved to Leicester Hockey Club, in September 2009 she spent a month playing for Bayleys Midlands as their visiting international in New Zealand's National Hockey League, won a silver medal with Bayleys Midlands. During December 2009, Chloe gained her first cap for the England Indoor Hockey Team, scoring the third goal of a 3–1 victory against Scotland at the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham, she was vice-captain of the team. Chloe is a part of Team Essex, run by Essex County Council, she helps to promote sport and well being in Essex through coaching sessions at local schools and by talking about her hockey playing. Essex County Council are running a programme linking the Team Essex Ambassador athletes with local artists. A multimedia piece of art was created by Colchester artist, Tim Skinner, using recordings he made of Chloe hitting a hockey ball. Colchester-based artist Jacqueline Davies created'It's My Bag' in 2012, using items from Chloe's life and playing career to produce a hockey stick bag.
The artwork has been displayed at Saffron Walden museum and can be seen in the entrance hall to the Braintree Leisure Centre as of 2015. In 2012, Leicester beat Reading to secure the Premier League title with Chloe sinking two penalty shuttles after the match went to a sudden death shootout. Chloe joined Old Loughtonians in Essex for the start of the 2013/14 hockey season, after playing for Leicester Ladies since 2008. Chloe writes a blog for the Team Essex project. Great Britain finished 6th in the hockey tournament at the Beijing Olympics; the result secured England's place in the Champions Trophy hockey for 2009, 2010. At the 2009 Tournament, Chloe played with the number 12 shirt and was yellow carded and sent to the sin bin during a pool game against Japan. GB won the match 2–1. Chloe was a part of the team that came third in the Champions Trophy staged in Nottingham, the best performance of an England women's hockey team in this annual competition. Along with this came first women's hockey bronze medal for an England side at the World Cup in Rosario and another Commonwealth Games bronze in Delhi.
The squad selection for the Great Britain women's hockey team was announced on Friday, 18 May 2012. Chloe is set to take part in her second Olympic Games. Chloe was part of the Olympic bronze medal winning GB team at the London Olympic Games during August 2012; the Great Britain team made the final of this elite competition and secured a silver medal, losing 1–0 to Argentina. Chloe was presented with a silver plate to mark her 50th Great Britain cap before the match started Chloe has played golf from a young age and at the start of July 2007 won the BUSA Women's Individual Strokeplay Championship; as a result of this, she led the BUSA Women's England team to victory in the Home Golf Internationals at the start of September. This is in addition to her 2004 title of Essex Ladies Champion. In 2000, she was one of the youngest finalists in the Daily Telegraph Junior Golf Championship. Chloe was the Essex Chronicle Sports Personality of the Year 2009 and was presented with the award at the County Ground in Chelmsford by Essex and former Zimbabwean cricketer, Grant Flower.
The award was voted for by readers of the Essex Brentwood Gazette. And she achieved this award again during 2012, she has held the Marjorie Pollard Salver, presented by the Hockey Writers' Club of Great Britain in July 2008 during the Setanta Sports Trophy in Dublin. Old Loughtonians Hockey Club Leicester Hockey Club Che
Chaos Chaos is an American indie synthpop band based in Brooklyn, New York. The band was formed in Seattle under the name Smoosh in 2000 and adopted their current name in 2012; the band consists of two sisters, who founded the band as children: singer/keyboardist Asya "Asy" Saavedra and drummer Chloe Saavedra. They released three LPs as Smoosh, have produced two further EPs, several singles, a fourth full-length album as Chaos Chaos. Smoosh started in 2000 when the family was at a Seattle music store The Trading Musician, standing in line to restring a violin. Asy and Chloe wandered into the drum section of the store, where Chloe met Jason McGerr, the drummer for Death Cab for Cutie; the family left with a $600 drum kit for Chloe, McGerr's card from the Seattle Drum School, "and no violin." When McGerr learned that Asy had been playing the piano and writing songs since she was young, he offered to help them both. Neither Asy nor Chloe read music. Asy soon quit because she found it boring. In 2000, Smoosh released Tomato Mistakes, a two-track single that they mailed free of charge to anyone who wanted it.
Four years in September 2004, Smoosh's full-length debut She Like Electric was released under Pattern 25 Records. By the time Smoosh released their second LP, on June 6, 2006, titled Free to Stay, they were signed to Seattle-based indie label Barsuk Records, its third and title track, "Free to Stay", was an early song featured on Tomato Mistakes. Asy plays guitar on the track'Waiting for Something' off Free to Stay; the second album features the song "Find A Way" which Smoosh performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on July 12, 2006, marking their first performance on late night TV. As they toured with the Eels as part of a world tour in mid-2006, they are featured on the California-based band's live DVD/CD Live and in Person! London 2006. On August 5, 2007, Smoosh performed at Lollapalooza 2007 at Chicago's Grant Park, their set included a cover of "This Modern Love" by Bloc Party, whom they would tour with that same year in September. Earlier that year, they performed a headlining spring tour on the east coast with The Postmarks.
The band played "Pajama Party Time" on Zoom episode 20 of Season 4 broadcast in 2002, again in episode 5 of season 1 of Yo Gabba Gabba in 2007. The Saavedra sisters have been the only members of the band, their younger sister, Maia Saavedra, played bass for them in 2007. As Smoosh, critics compared the band's sound to that of Tori Amos and PJ Harvey, were impressed with the young writers and performers. Smoosh opened for many leading Pacific Northwest bands including Pearl Jam, Death Cab for Cutie, Sleater-Kinney, the Presidents of the United States of America, as well as for other acts such as Mates of State, Jimmy Eat World, Cat Power, Nada Surf, Sufjan Stevens and The Go! Team. Asy collaborated with Seattle indie band Head Like a Kite to create the songs "Noisy at the Circus", "Daydream Vacation", "Let's Start It All Again". Asy lends her voice to the soundtrack of the musical film God Help the Girl created by Stuart Murdoch of Belle & Sebastian, where she sings on the songs "I Just Want Your Jeans" and "A Down and Dusky Blonde".
She provided the vocals on the song "I Fell for the Fall" by Swedish band Karma Tree. In early 2008, they toured with The Dresden Dolls. In June 2010, Smoosh released Withershins. In 2012 the Saavedras changed the band's name to Chaos Chaos, abandoning the name "Smoosh" because the term had become associated with Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi after an episode of South Park, their current name is derived from a historical scientific name for a species of amoeba, which they liken to their music as it is "simple but always changing". Chaos Chaos released an EP, S, on October 16, 2012. On February 23, 2013, they released a single, "In This Place." On October 7, 2014, Chaos Chaos released another Committed to the Crime. One of its tracks, "Do You Feel It?", was featured in the Rick and Morty season two episode "Auto Erotic Assimilation." This brought the band a lot of recognition. Chaos Chaos provided vocals to George Watsky on the song "Brave New World" off of his album x Infinity, which released on August 19, 2016.
On August 27, 2017, The duo released the single "Terryfold", which features lead vocals from Rick and Morty co-creator and voice actor Justin Roiland, a longtime fan. The song became the band's first charting single when it debuted at #33 on the Billboard Hot Rock Songs chart in September 2017. After releasing the singles "Dripping with Fire" and "On Turning 23" in late 2017 and "Pink Politics" in April 2018, the band released the full-length album Chaos Chaos on May 15, 2018. To promote the album, they began headlining their first nationwide tour on April 12 of that year. At the request of Kim Kardashian West, Chaos Chaos and Justin Roiland collaborated a second time to produce a song for Kanye West as a birthday present, it was released on West's forty-first birthday, June 8, 2018, as a single called "Kanye's B-Day Song" featuring Rick and Morty. CurrentAsya "Asy" Saavedra – lead vocals, keyboards Chloe Saavedra – vocals, percussionFormerMaia Saavedra – vocals, bass guitar, harpejji Tomato Mistakes - single Free to Stay EP - EP She Like Electric - full-length album debut Free to Stay - full-length album Live
Chloé Lambert is a French actress. She is known for her work in such films as Disco, she was awarded the Prix Suzanne Bianchetti as the most promising young film actress of 2005. She began her career onstage in Paris, has appeared in film. From 2007 to 2012, Lambert had a relationship with Raphaël Enthoven, with whom she had a child, born December 19, 2008, she has a second child, born in 2013, from her relationship with Thibault Ameline. 2001: Confession d'un dragueur directed by Alain Soral 2001: Chaos directed by Coline Serreau 2002: Vingt-quatre heures de la vie d'une femme directed by Laurent Bouhnik 2004: La Crim' directed by Jean-Pierre Ramsay-Levi 2004: Mariages! Directed by Valérie Guignabodet 2004: Finding Neverland directed by Marc Forster 2005: Hell directed by Bruno Chiche 2006: Tombé du ciel directed by Pascale Breugnot 2008: Disco directed by Fabien Onteniente 2013: R. I. S, police scientifique 2015: Joséphine, ange gardien 2018: Le Chalet Chloé Lambert on IMDb Chloé Lambert at AlloCiné
Chloë Alexandra Adele Emily Agnew is an Irish singer and songwriter, an original former member of the Celtic music group Celtic Woman, as well as its youngest member. She comes from Knocklyon, County Dublin where she lived with her mother Adele "Twink" King and younger sister, Naomi, she sings in English, Latin and German. Agnew has a soprano vocal range. Agnew was born to Irish oboist David Agnew, she made her first television appearance on her mother's programme aged four weeks old, sang on the show at the age of six. She attended Notre Dame des Missions Junior School for her primary school education, followed by Alexandra College girls' school. In 1998, Agnew represented Ireland and was the winner of the Grand Prix at the First International Children's Song Competition in Cairo with a song called The Friendship Tree, she began to perform pantomime at the Olympia Theatre in Dublin and continued in that role for four years. In 1999, she appeared in a modern adaptation of Handel's Messiah. In this production, she performed sign language.
In 2000, aged 11, Agnew approached director David Downes about recording a song to raise money for the children of Afghanistan. With his help, she recorded Angel of Mercy for the album This Holy Christmas Night, which raised over £20,000 for the Afghan Children's Charity Fund in 2001; that same year, she joined the Christ Church Cathedral Girls' Choir, remained a member for three years. In 2002, she was signed to Celtic Collections, with the backing of Downes she recorded her debut album Chloë. In 2004, she released Chloë: Walking in the Air, she recorded a companion DVD for her second album, released in Europe in 2004 and in North America in 2007. She appeared as part of the group Celtic Woman at The Helix in Dublin in 2004. Agnew featured on 14 albums with the group, recorded songs in multiple languages and took part in several world tours. According to the Souvenir Program for Celtic Woman's 2010 North American tour, in 2009, Agnew was invited by Italian tenor Alessandro Rinella to sing with him on his debut album.
In 2012, Agnew was named Female Vocalist of the Year at the Irish Music Awards. On 5 August 2013, the Celtic Woman website announced that Agnew would be taking a break from Celtic Woman to focus on solo projects, her position was filled by Derry-born singer Máiréad Carlin. After leaving Celtic Woman, she was chosen to be the special guest of the Celtic Thunder cruise. She, along with former Celtic Thunder member Paul Byrom, was a special guest of Lisa Kelly's concerts called The Voice of Ireland and A Celtic Christmas. Agnew was part of Ethan Bortnick's concert with another former Celtic Thunder member Damian McGinty. During an interview by BeliefNet.com, Agnew commented on Irish music: Irish music was bred into us from the day we are born. Looking back to our ancestors and our heritage, it was always in our culture. Through the hardest of times Irish people always turned to music, they have a song for everything – for drinking, for depression, for famine. I remember a song growing up, for milking the cows.
SoloWith Celtic Woman Chloë Agnew on IMDb Official website Profile at Celticwoman.com