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Blue Collar Band Bios
A Quad City native, Carol Anne is the lead singer for The Blue Collar Band.
She began her singing career while attending high school.
In addition to performing with the school choir, she sang many solos in school musicals and variety shows, eventually winning a slot in the state choir competition.
Immediately after high school, Carol Anne
started singing with the band called The Main Event .
hile performing, she attended St. Ambrose University where she continued her work in musical theatre.
Carol Anne received a bachelor's degree in vocal performance.
After college, Carol Anne did stints singing lead for bands such as The Soundsations and Outta da Blooz , eventually joining The Blue Collar Band in 1999.
performed with her
brother-in-law on his
composition regaling the city of Davenport.
Blue Collar Band Bios
Lead vocalist Carol Anne Chouteau joined the band in 1999.
With Carol Anne Chouteau
on lead vocals, Rick Maddelein on guitar, Bob Maddelein on bass, and Jim Van Acker on drums, the band boasts a unique and exciting new sound in the classic rock genre.
Carol Anne Chouteau
If there is a song that Carol Anne Chouteau
can't sing, we haven't found it yet.
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Singer Carol Anne and guitar player Neddal were brought together by their shared love of sleaze, sloppy rock ´n roll, and feedback.Originally, the idea was to sound "something like a cross between the Rolling Stones and Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds."Things didn´t work out as planned.Carol couldn´t quite shake her goth background. (She refers to herself as a "recovering goth."
On the way to the studio they´d shanghaied Carol´s band mate Jim (Carol and Jim play in Toronto´s Nice Cat.
Singer Carol Anne and guitar player Neddal were brought together by their shared love of sleaze, sloppy rock ‘n’ roll, and feedback.
Originally, the idea was to sound “something like a cross between the Rolling Stones and Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds.” Things didn’t work out as planned.
Carol couldn’t quite shake her goth background. (She refers to herself as a “recovering goth.” Neddal says there’s no such thing.) Neddal couldn’t quite get the sludge out of his system.
They wrote some songs.
They went into the studio.
When they came out they had three songs that didn’t sound anything the songs they’d been rehearsing.
On the way to the studio they’d shanghaied Carol’s band mate Jim (Carol and Jim play in Toronto’s Nice Cat.