CHLOE

CASTLEDINE

BIO

 

Singer.

Songwriter.

Director.

Producer.

Entertaining runs in her blood. From leading with her vocals in The Cast, to writing her own music and producing public events, Chloe’s heart beats for it. But passion alone hasn’t got her here, sheer hard work rides up front too.

 

Chloe is creator and manager of The Cast Entertainment - a boutique company that covers live music and creative production. The Cast band is a premium live music act that has brought alive many corporate functions, public events and festivals in Adelaide and around Australia. The Cast continues to be sought after for premium entertainment.

 

Chloe also acts as a director/producer/writer, providing creative content and performances for large scale corporate events. Her most notable role is Director, Producer and Writer for one of Adelaide's biggest live Christmas events - Civic Park Carols, hosted by The City of Tea Tree Gully and partnered with Channel Nine. The event has grown rapidly, to recently draw crowds of over 48,000 people.

At the age of sixteen Chloe was singing on national television, the youngest performer to sing (as well as receive positive reviews) on Channel Nine's Star Struck; this was only the start of Chloe’s musical journey. Chloe's first EP, Don’t Forget Me was recorded in 2009 in Sydney, working closely with Guy Sebastian and his band. Chloe’s songs bring a blend of R&B, soul and urban flavours. Chloe continues her songwriting and performing her original music at the Adelaide Fringe Festival, teaming up with various local songwriters. She has also collaborated with performers from overseas, such as Zenya Bashford (The Tennessee Kids for Justin Timberlake) in Los Angeles.

 

Chloe continues to be in high demand for performances at corporate events, performing weekly. One of her most notable commitments is singing the Australian National Anthem at the start line of Australia’s biggest cycling

event - Tour Down Under.

 

​In 2005, while busy working in the Adelaide film industry, director Murali K Thalluri approached Chloe to write the theme song for his feature film 2.37. Her song Don’t Forget Me, along with 2.37, made it to major film festivals worldwide, including the Cannes Film Festival in 2006. Since this achievement, Chloe has continued to song write for other Australian films, local artists, as well as her own solo projects.

 

Chloe’s experience with film doesn’t end in Adelaide however – she had exposure to the innerworkings of the world of Bollywood cinema, when she was PA to Priyanka Chopra (and shared a scene together) on film LoveStory 2050.

 

Chloe’s is a story full of hard work, creativity and flair, yet a story that has so much more to tell! Whether it’s creative contributions behind-the-scenes, or working the crowd from the stage, Chloe Castledine delivers a polished product, every time. 

 

Let the story continue…