Warm, pure vocals and gentle folk guitar are Chanel’s signature sound. Her music allows you to stop and take a breath, and enjoy the moments outside of the busy day-to-day. A writer and songwriter, she has travelled across the world with Brisbane folk-pop act ‘women in docs.’ Recently, she has been learning to play the ukulele, writing songs, and playing with Brisbane guitarist Jamie Clark.
- Chanel’s song, Noise Pollution was featured on the popular American sitcom Men in Trees (Episode 31 – Season 2 “Get a Life”). The show starred Anne Hesche and was about a young, single, ‘advice writer’ who stays in a small town in Alaska to research the relationships between men and women.
- I Don’t Know Where I Stand is the song Chanel has recorded for the Australian Joni Mitchell tribute album. This CD, festival folk sing Joni Mitchell, features folk performers from Australia and the UK. It was launched at the National Folk Festival in Canberra and the tribute concerts featured at the NFF and Woodford Folk Festival.
- Chanel also recorded Make You Feel My Love for the festival folk sing Bob Dillon album with Brisbane artist Graham Hobson.
- women in docs is the popular folk-pop band Chanel has with fellow songwriter, Roz Pappalardo. This act has toured around the world to the USA, Canada, China and Germany. Their songs have been played on ABC Radio, Triple J and community stations around Australia, and they have built a strong cult following in their time touring around the country. women in docs debut album was listed in the Top 10 of the Folk and Roots Charts in the USA in 2006. They tour around the USA and Canada to festivals and folk venues every summer.