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Michelle Chamuel – Face the Fire

Submitted by on January 17, 2015 – 2:20 pmNo Comment


Michelle Chamuel, who stole many hearts on the fourth season of NBC’s The Voice, is about to release her hotly-anticipated solo debut, Face The Fire, on February 10th on Marquis Label Services. Chamuel’s solo record will showcase her  extreme talents as a  vocalist and producer.

After her second-place finish on Season 4 of The Voice, Chamuel decided to grab a few friends and former band mates, most notably Theo Katzman and Tyler Duncan to help co-write and co-produce her debut LP in her hometown of Amherst, Massachusetts. With walls of synthesizers and big hooks, Face The Fire is an intelligent pop record that delivers infectious melodies and thundering energy.

No stranger to the stage or the industry, Michelle Chamuel got her start playing in the Michigan rock band, Ella Riot, which saw her performing over 200 days a year from small indie shows to playing massive festivals which included Lollapalooza and SXSW. Following the demise of the band in 2012, Michelle began releasing music under her production moniker, The Reverb Junkie, which saw her track “All I Want” reach number 6 on the Billboard Dance/Electronic charts and number one on the iTunes Dance Chart. Still, her voice is her primary instrument, and with it, Chamuel’s debut effortlessly transmits the wide range of emotional frequencies that drive her.



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