Now South Coast blues/rock/roots sensation "Genevieve Chadwick" is one of Australia's biggest acts on the rise. Her growing fan base has compared her with Janis Joplin, Melissa Etheridge, Tracy Chapman and Joan Armatrading. Others believe that if John Butler were a woman his name would be Genevieve Chadwick.
Since commencing her solo career in June 2009, Genevieve has toured the east coast of Australia armed with guitar, stomp box and, sultry to soaring, smokehouse vocals. She has performed with many of Australia's leading musicians including You Am I, Little Birdy, Diesel and Richard Clapton delivering passionate performances and winning over audiences and reviewers alike:
“She’s the talent of John Butler, with the soul of Janis Joplin. A force truly to be reckoned with.” – LOTL, Sept 2010
“Raw energy in bucket loads, fuelled by the passion for the music.” – Lottie Norman, Channel V Reviewer Feb 2011
Genevieve is fast becoming a festival favourite with invitations to play at Echuca Moama Winter Blues Festival, Floriade, Bondi Sea Festival, Manly Jazz Festival and Culburra Love Festival in 2011. She has performed at premier venues including The Basement (Sydney), The Hyatt Regency (Sanctuary Cove), Crown Casino Showroom (Melbourne) and Lizottes (Central Coast).
Genevieve recorded her debut album Riding the Wind Forgetting Time with some of Australia’s great session musicians including Mark Kennedy, Matt Hanley and award winning producer, Parris Macloud. All reviews have been stunning.
Genevieve Chadwick stands out from the crowd and brings a much-needed spark to the Australian blues and roots scene. Already catching the attention of several publications and having been a finalist in Cosmopolitan magazine’s Fun, Fearless Female awards in the category of best emerging talent, you can expect to hear a whole lot more about her.
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“Yes to Music And Artist Management”
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Genevieve Chadwick on You Tube
Genevieve Chadwick - Smell the Rain
Genevieve Chadwick playing in her home town at the Milton Theatre with her track "Smell the Rain" feat Pete Collins