Chantelle Duncan debut album
London based Chantelle Duncan has backed the likes of Alexander O’Neil, ABC, Melanie C, Jamelia, Joss Stone, Bonnie Tyler & Nerina Pallot. A Previous winner of the Blackfriars Young Jazz Soloist of the Year title, Chantelle has performed all over the world in a vast range of genres, most recently with renowned world music band Berakah. She also sings regularly for radio, television & film.
Chantelle now steps into the spotlight with a brand new solo album. Breathe is a classy soulful, flawlessly delivery chilled pop album and is out now and you can hear the album in full below
The lead single from the album is All That Glitters is Not Gold. You can hear the track below
Originally from Scotland but now based in the South East, Chantelle performs in a wide variety of musical genres including jazz, funk, soul, pop – i.e. most contemporary styles. After studying jazz & commercial music in Newcastle, Chantelle went on to perform with her band in Japan, the Middle East and New York City. Her credits include radio and television work as well as writing and recording both for herself and for other artists. She is the lead singer in original band Berakah, and has worked with numerous luminaries including Ronnie Wood, KT Tunstall, Sister Sledge, Dr John, Nile Rodgers, Nerina Pallot, Phillip Bailey, Gilbert O'Sullivan, Brian May, ABC, Alexander O'Neil and Marc Almond.
Chantelle fronts & and has co-written with several bands including Funk Republic, The AllStars Collective and The Berakah Project.
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