Melbourne-based singer/songwriter Chloe Hall is well known to lovers of Australian contemporary folk music. An accomplished songwriter with a beautiful voice, Chloe is a mature and assured artist, exuding real honesty and strength through her music. Through extensive touring, Chloe has established strong links with folk music communities in Australia and Canada. WHITE STREET Released nationally in Australia in 2006, White Street has received widespread acclaim from Australia's folk community. It is the work of a mature and assured artist with an instinct for melody - a woman who knows her own voice and is palpably comfortable in her own skin. Produced by Greg Arnold (Things of Stone and Wood), White Street features Chloe Hall performing vocals, piano and guitar, Anita Quayle (The Morning Birds) on cello, Louise McCarthy (Lucid) playing violin, viola and singing backing vocals, Greg Arnold on guitar, bass and Hammond and James Richmond (Naked Raven) on percussion. 'What [Chloe] has done is create an album as warm as a summer's night and as earthily woody as the deep roots of an oak....' WARWICK McFADYEN - THE AGE / SYDNEY MORNING HERALD '[Chloe Hall] has one of the strongest new voices in contemporary Australian folk music. Her new album, White Street... highlights her best music yet.' CHARMAINE CAMILLERI - FAIRFAX COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERS "For years now Chloe Hall has been a part of the Australian Music scene, but with the release of 'White Street' we realize just what a dominant force she has become.' DAVID MILLER - 97.1FM MELBOURNE.