Bio & One sheet (PDF)
Hi-Res Press Photo by Ximena Griscti
Hi-Res Press Photo by Ximena Griscti.
Hi-Res Press Photo by Heather Pollock
Meticulously produced, well written and exceptionally played ‘Be The Media’ is a beautifully crafted album that could go a long way to getting Chvostek a wider mainstream audience, good stuff
This is indie, grassroots for the discerning listener... The whole album is musical activism at its subtle best – accessible, melodic and honest. A must have.
Make no mistake, this lady is a singer songwriter whose talent is so exceptional that her ability to explore and master any musical genre she wishes could actually work against her in commercial terms, simply because she is almost impossible to pigeon hole.
Blissfully hard to classify... Ms. Chvostek won our hearts and minds... Her show was one of those magical, chemistry connected sets with a sense of discovery attached... Singing with pluck and precision (while backing herself up beautifully on a guitar, mandolin and fiddle), Ms. Chvostek exudes organic musicality, whether when digging into folky roots music or art-pop turf...
Ridiculously talented ... Awe Inspiring... Incredibly sophisticated...
Both reflective and gutsy, this is music that takes your soul on the road.
The ex-Wailin’ Jenny performs with such strength and versatility that it’s hard to find fault ... casting light in any direction the roots fuelled artist turns
From the get-go she’s more than just another folk artist... Her way with melody and vocal style bring to mind artists as dissimilar as Kathleen Edwards and Imogen Heap
Fiercely talented... Chvostek has a sultry voice you can’t and won’t forget.
Annabelle Chvostek is a seasoned professional with a tight grasp on what she needs to do to entertain a room full of people—be they fans or about-to-be’s. Supremely talented, absolutely confident, she arrived with a full band to embellish her collection of modern folk and roots-rich sounds: no less than David Celia on guitar, Jérémie Jones, on acoustic bass and Tony Spina on drums (and hair)... This is the future of live music, with luck.