Who Is Chloe Fredericks From American Song Contest?

Chloe Fredericks

Chloe Fredericks, a North Dakota native, is preparing to perform in front of an audience at the American Song Contest on Monday. The singer will deliver her finest performance to captivate the crowd and the judges in order to win the title of the NBC program. The American Song Contest is divided into three rounds. The first round of the program will consist of a qualifying round, followed by semi-finals, and will culminate with the grand final round, which will crown one state or territory as the champion.

All About Chloe Fredericks

Chloe Fredericks, a singer from Halliday, North Dakota, will aim to wow the judges with her singing on the music reality program this Monday. Fredericks has been singing since she was a toddler. She began singing with her favorite partner, her father when she was little. Her mother dubbed her “little singing birdy,” and she composed her first song on a cattle drive when she was just five years old.

Chloe Fredericks

On her website, Fredericks recalled her early songs:

It had been a long day, and my younger sister and I were traveling behind the large herd when I began making up a song. Cate quickly joined in, and it was a tune we remembered for a long time but can’t remember anymore. But I recall it being pleasant and involving a red wagon. Fredericks grew up listening to country music legends such as Patsy Cline, Emmylou Harris, and Johnny Cash. She does, however, include today’s pop contemporary into her song to make it more effective.

Chloe Fredericks

The musician is often likened to Amy Winehouse and Adele due to her powerful voice and powerful performances. The artist/singer-songwriter has just been in Los Angeles for a year, but she has already published a five-track EP with the aid of her producer Will Hollis in December 2019. She is now hoping to build a name for herself in the American Song Contest, a music reality competition for the finest song in the United States. Although she was unsure about which song to perform, she eventually chose to sing the song that took her two years to develop. By the conclusion of Monday’s broadcast, the national jury of music industry professionals will have chosen one artist to automatically progress to the semi-finals, and America’s votes will have determined which three other musicians will move to the next stage.


When she unveils her song in the American Song Contest on Monday at 8 p.m. ET/ 7 p.m. CT, it will be announced whether she advances to the next round or not.