LONACONING – Chloe Wildman has released her debut EP titled “Unbroken.”

LONACONING – Chloe Wildman has released her debut EP titled “Unbroken.”
Chloe, originally a resident of Berks County, Pennsylvania, until the fifth grade, is a 15-year-old sophomore at Mountain Ridge High School in Frostburg.  
“Unbroken” was recorded in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, at Atrium Audio (August Burns Red, Galactic Empire, Live) and will be available on all major digital distribution channels (iTunes, GooglePlay, Amazon Music, Spotify etc.) and CDs will also be available for purchase on her website,  www.ChloeWildman.com.  
Additionally, 10 percent of album sales will go to Ovarian Cancer Research in loving memory of her aunt, Nikki Nicol, who recently lost her eight-month fight with the disease.
Some other recent highlights have included an on-air interview with Amanda Mangan for Potomac Highlands Today in Cumberland, Maryland.  
Leading up to the “Unbroken” release, Chloe has been getting regular airplay on 100.1 The Wolf.  She has also recently appeared live with The Cramer Brothers and Tim Haines at Oscar’s in Cumberland and has several more appearances scheduled in the coming months.
Lastly, in addition to her music, Chloe maintains a 4.2 GPA with full honors and AP course schedule as well as being the sophomore class Student Council president, member of the French Club and member of numerous choral groups.