Sounds a lot better on my big TV (via Chromecast) than it did on my six-transistor AM pocket radio. Yes, I'm that old. The musical remake of "The Little Shop of Horrors" had three chorus girls named Crystal, Chiffon and Ronette. If the arrangement (and the budget) had had room for a fourth, she would have been Shirelle.
Be sure to watch some of her performance video from Chambord Castle or with Celtic Woman. You really need the video to appreciate how staggeringly gorgeous this lady is. Can someone with trained ears confirm the buzz that she can span five octaves?
I can't wait to see what she will do after Celtic Woman. When this was shot, she was an adorable teenaed teddy bear with an amazing voice. When At the concert in Longview, Texas last year, she was less teddy-bearish (but still looked quite huggable) and sounded better than ever. We certainly haven't heard the last of Chloe.
I look forward to hearing her in concert with Celtic Woman some time next year. I don't know when, because I won't have the price of travel and a ticket until the next tour. David Downes just keeps finding them.
Look up the finale from the "Songs From the Heart" DVD for the canonical version. The road version suffers from the smaller stage and the lack of all of the stuff that they don't tour with, like the full orchestra and the big choir. The DVD is a poor substitute for being there, but cellphone video is a piss-poor substitute for the DVD.
If you love Patti, you might look up Lisa Kelly, the other voice that makes me want to just curl up and purr. Then there's Orla Fallon and gorgeous, glorious Meav Ni Mhaolchatha, all former members of Celtic Woman. There are still class acts, but they don't get the airplay of synthetic pop.