A young voice with an old soul, dynamic entertainer Chloe Dolandis moves audiences with her powerful vocals and commanding stage presence. Her debut album, “Bring Back The Fever”, penned by Dolandis and her writing team, offers a uniquely stylistic blend reminiscent of Aretha Franklin, Michael Buble, Stevie Wonder, and Bette Midler.
Onstage, Chloe’s achievements include being a finalist in the Florida GRAMMY Showcase, as well as a two-time national finalist in the National Society of Arts and Letters Musical Theatre Competition. Her song, “Solid Woman”, was selected as a semi-finalist in the International Songwriting Competition’s Performance category. And, just after being crowned Boca Raton’s first ever Rising Star, the city’s mayor proclaimed January 13th “Chloe Dolandis Day” for her win, as well as her expansive community service efforts.
Chloe has performed alongside a broad spectrum of entertainers including jazz legends Ira Sullivan and Jesse Jones Jr., GRAMMY winners Zach Ziskin and Billy Stritch, comedian Jeff Dunham, and rapper Pitbull. No stranger to being behind a microphone, she has voiced numerous radio and TV spots for brands including Coca-Cola, UNICEF, The Miami Dolphins, and HBO Latin America. As a television personality Chloe has been most notably recognized for hosting Nickelodeon’s Friday Night SlimeTime and SPLAT!
“Occasionally, we encounter performers who seem so confident about that voice that comes from very deep inside, they may not need a microphone…Chloe Dolandis is one of those singers.” – Colleen Dougher, City Link