Morning Inspiration -Wednesday April 15, 2020
We are so excited to share this wonderful inspiration!
Many BC folks will know Chloe. Her camp history is rich. Her Mom, Kendall was a camper, muggie, and staff member, and her uncle was at Sangamon for many summers. Chloe’s brother is at Sangamon now. Last summer, Chloe shared a song she wrote with us at a Vespers. It was amazing. Just this week we learned that she kept working with her song, and the newest version is now on SoundCloud for all of us to hear! It is very exciting! We asked her if she would be willing to share the link to her song on the Betsey Cox website, and she said yes! Yay! We also asked her to share a bit about herself and her song. Here is a bit of her bio, and some thoughts on her song:
Chloe is 12 years old and in 6th grade in Colorado. She loves writing poetry and songs. She has done lots of open mic’s and also has performed slam poetry. Singing and theater are two of her favorite things. She is currently learning piano from an app while in quarantine. Her voice teacher inspired her to record her song professionally. It took several weeks in the studio to record all the various tracks.
So Cool! Chloe shared these words with us specifically about her song, I’ll be there.
“This is one of the first songs I wrote with instrumentation and vocals. My first song that has been professionally produced, mixed and mastered.”
And then her voice teacher and music producer shared these words:
“EVERYONE needs this song right now. The world needs this song right now! I am so proud of this amazing talented student of mine. What a perfect time for her to release her debut song. ‘I’ll be There’ written by Chloe and recorded in our studio.”- Chloe’s voice teacher
“Please stop what you are doing and take 2 mins to listen to this amazing song written by Chloe that we recorded and produced in our studio. It will make you feel better I promise! -Music producer
Again, we are so pleased to be sharing her music with the Betsey Cox community, one of Chloe’s family’s “favorite communities in the world”. We are lucky! Thank you Chloe!