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Friday, October 11, 2013

Little Lies

Hi Wonderful People!

I just released "Little Lies." I hope you enjoy it :-)

This will be one of the songs I will be performing at the 02 Breathe Gala on Nov 7th, in NYC. Hope to see you there!

Click here for the 02 Breathe Gala.

"Little Lies" written by Chloe Temtchine
Produced and mixed by Casey Skinner
Mastered by Mike Rogers
Video by Ivan Raveane

Below is a press release that was written about the show:

'Cosmopolitan' recently published an article that offered a peek inside the roller-coaster mind of a 30-year old female. It chronicled the feelings, rational or not, associated with this milestone age.  The flurry of questions that pinballed in her thoughts included:

    - Do I officially fall into the category of cougar?  Do college kids think I'm old?  Is it creepy if I think they're hot?

    - Will I never be carded again, and if I am, will it be a "courtesy card," like when they card my mom at the liquor store to make her feel better about herself?  She's 60.

    However, for YouTube sensation and the 2011 AVON National and International Songwriting Competition Winner, singer/songwriter Chloe Temtchine, age 30, one question rings loudest in her thoughts: Will I live?

    In February 2013, Ms. Temtchine's album, produced by American Grammy nominee, Greg Camp, was nearing completion, and its national and international promotional tour was imminent, when inexplicably Ms. Temtchine’s personal and professional life were forever altered.  She was rushed to the emergency room due to congestive right-heart failure, the result of a rare life-threatening pulmonary disease, which had quietly and viciously attacked her, leaving her breathless and almost lifeless.

    Pulmonary Veno-Occlusive Disease (PVOD) is a clinicopathologic syndrome that accounts for a small number of cases of pulmonary hypertension.  PVOD is so rare that the largest clinical study in the world consists of 11 cases, 9 of whom died before the year-long study was concluded.

    Although the term “pulmonary veno-occlusive disease” was first used in the 1960’s, the first well-documented case of PVOD was described in 1934 by Dr. Julius Höra of the University of Munich.  It involved a previously healthy 48-year old baker, who died after a year of being diagnosed; he had developed progressive edema, dyspnea, and cyanosis.  Regretfully, the disease has been historically underdiagnosed, possibly because of lack of awareness by clinicians.

    In spite of the grim prognosis, Ms. Temtchine has elected to replace the sirens of death with the beautiful and life-inspiring sounds of music.

    On November 7, 2013, mere months since her diagnosis, Ms. Temtchine, along with her portable oxygen tank, which she affectionately refers to as Steve Martin, will valiantly breathe life back into her music with an intimate live performance at the Pulmonary Hypertension Association O2 breathe Gala, an elegant event honoring the legacy of Dr. Robyn Barst and raising awareness in an effort to find a cure.
    What’s more, Ms. Temtchine, a passionate advocate of the Pulmonary Hypertension Research and Diagnosis Act of 2013, has been invited to attend a luncheon with Congress on November 12th.  Members of Congress have requested that Ms. Temtchine perform.  They are confident that her remarkable voice and powerful music, which she wrote, recorded, and performs, while linked to an oxygen tank, will send the audience out with their hearts stirred, inspired to fight PH.

    For further information and interviews with Chloe Temtchine, please contact Michael Rhodes 347-688-4511.