Monday, November 10, 2014
After taking home second place in Season 4 of The Voice, Michelle Chamuel has released her first single called “Face the Fire,” a synth-pop tune featuring her soulful vocals. Chamuel studied performing arts technology at University of Michigan before joining the band My Dear Disco in 2007, later renamed Ella Riot. In 2011, the band called it quits and Chamuel went searching for other musical outlets. She got picked up in 2013 at an audition for The Voice by singing a rendition of Katy Perry’s “I Kissed a Girl” that impressed judges Usher, Adam Levine and Shakira. Later, she found herself on Team Usher and went on to impress the crowds with her powerful voice and truthful personality.
Now, post-competition, Chamuel has truly returned to her alias “the Reverb Junkie,” and is producing new pop-electro sounds. You can hear some of her new tracks Tuesday, Nov. 11 at The Club at Stage AE as part of her month-long Turn It Up Tour.