Chloe Peacock

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Chloe is a classically trained multi-instrumentalist from London. Having started on the Cello (amongst others) from a young age she picked up the Bass guitar aged 13 and embarked on a journey into the world of pop music. 

In her teens she wrote and recorded two albums of original songs and gigged extensively around the London pub circuit. She studied a BTECH in popular music at college which led her onto a degree in popular music performance on Bass guitar at the prestigious Institute of Contemporary Music Performance in Kilburn. At the same time, she started to gig professionally in both fringe productions of musical theatre (Company by Sondheim) and in Folk pop group Unkle Bob. With Unkle Bob she toured the country extensively supporting the likes of James, The Goo Goo Dolls and Tim Booth and recording albums with critically acclaimed producer Ken Nelson (Coldplay, Gomez, Feeder, Paolo Nutini) and Saul Davies (James) recording the bands second album ‘Shockwaves’ in 2010. Performances from this time included prestigious venues including Brixton Academy and The Royal Albert Hall. 

Chloe then went onto play for orchestral art-pop band The Irrepressibles on both Cello and Bass Guitar touring around the globe, including Europe, America and Australia, and featuring on recordings with the band for several of their albums and eps. As well as this Chloe has been featured twice in both Bass Guitar Magazine and online magazine iBass Magazine and performed for the London Bass Guitar Show for Elixir Strings and Overwater Basses. She is currently endorsed by Aguilar Amps and Overwater Basses. 

In the last few years Chloe has been working in a S.E.N school building up a strong music department teaching both in the classroom and 1:1 instrumental and vocal lessons allowing S.E.N children to progress their musical interests and put on performances both inside and outside of the school environment. The children have also formed strong friendships as a result and there has been a noted increase in verbal and social communication since starting music lessons.