Chloë Agnew - Meet The Artist
Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. December Learn how and when to remove this template message Agnew was born to Irish entertainer Adele "Twink" King and Irish oboist David Agnew in KnocklyonCounty Dublinwhere she perte de poids chloe agnew with her mother and younger sister, Naomi.
She made her first television appearance on her mother's programme aged four weeks old, and later sang on the show at the age of six. She then began to perform pantomime at the Olympia Theatre in Dublin and continued in that role for four years. In this production, she played one of the children and performed sign language.
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Inaged 11, Agnew approached director David Downes about recording a song to raise money for the children of Afghanistan. That same year, she joined the Christ Church Cathedral Girls' Choir, and remained a member for three years.
Inshe released her second album, Chloë: Walking in the Air. She appeared as part of the group Celtic Woman at The Helix in Dublin inthe youngest member at the time. Agnew has been featured on 14 albums with the group, recording songs in multiple languages and taking part in several world tours.
Her position was filled by Derry -born singer Mairéad Carlin. On 21 AprilAgnew announced that she would be rejoining the group for the rescheduled Celebration Tour.
Looking back to our ancestors and our heritage, it was always in our culture. Even through the hardest of times Irish people always turned to music.
I remember a song growing up that was for milking the cows. Agnew is a member of the Roman Catholic Church.
She often says prayers just before going on stage to "Calm her nerves".