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Dec
19

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FTCR’s Most Popular Posts of 2015

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It’s that time of year when there are lists galore, and here is yet another one for you. Our good friends at Farce The Music recently posted their most popular posts of the year, and I thought I’d steal their idea follow their lead. So, for your reading pleasure, here are the top 25 most popular articles on FTCR in 2015, tabulated on December 4.

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May
23

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FEATURED: Chloe Chadwick EP

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The north of England is pretty damn good at this music thing. With Fort San Antone acting as a hub for UK country Acts looking to get their name out there it is no surprise to see artists emerging from the north of Watford Gap. Chloe Chadwick, after an initial period of finding her musical identity, has found a home in country music. With performances at the recent C2C festival she certainly has some pedigree, especially when you consider the caliber of artists to have performed there recently. Now, having just released her self-titled EP, Chloe will most certainly be looking to take that step to the next level.

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Mar
22

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LISTEN: Chloe Chadwick ‘Settle My Heart’

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Chloe Chadwick has been around the block a few times to get to the sweet spot of her career in which she now resides. She was born in Staffordshire, England, before moving to the French Alps and then on to the Spanish Balearic Islands, only to finally settle in Sunderland, England. The result is an intriguing mix of influences that encompass the likes of country, folk, alt. pop and soft rock, a sound that has been captivating audiences across the UK at major festivals including the recent C2C Festival, at which she was awarded her own pop-up stage performance. As one of the most well-travelled acts on the bill, her musical prowess clearly showed in the enthusiastically-gathered crowd, despite her slot being situated right towards the end of the festival. In addition to those more recent exploits, Chloe has supported the likes of Diana Vickers, The Beautiful South and The Christians on tour, bringing her music to the masses.

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