Chloe Feoranzo Discography

Chloe Feoranzo has packed a lot into a career that is still in its first chapters. She has toured with Pokey LaFarge and Postmodern Jukebox and is a current member of the Shake ‘Em Up Jazz Band. She’s appeared on 40+ albums along the way.

Albums are listed in not exactly reverse chronological order. 

Released March 5, 2021Justin Au – Trumpet (All) Chloe Feoranzo – Clarinet (All), Vocals (1,3,6) Conrad Cayman – Guitar (1,3,4), Ukuleles (5,6) Vocals (5), Bass (6), CJ Sams – Sousaphone (1-4) Jamie Mather – Bass (5) Brandon Au – Trombone (6)

richard-piano-scott-twisty-river-band-port-of-new-orleansRichard Piano Scott & the Twisty River Band – Port of New Orleans

Richard Scott – piano, vocals, Gerald French – drums, Ted Long – bass, Chloe Feoranzo – clarinet, Joshua Gouzy – bass, Ryan Burrage – tenor sax, soprano sax, Mark Braud – trumpet, Matt Hampsey – guitar, Anita Obenschain, Rexton Obenschain, Isabel Obenschain, Caitlin Sheehan, Amanda Seal, Joe Stolarick – background vocals

Norbert Susemihl (D/DK/USA) – trumpet, vocal
Chloe Feoranzo (USA) – clarinet, vocal
Harry Mayronne (USA) – piano
Barnaby Gold (USA) – drums

Chloe isfeatured on this track.

Chloe Froranzo – Clarinet & Vocals
Nahum Zdybel – Electric Guitar
Molly Reeves – Acoustic Guitar & Vocals
Ted Long – Upright Bass

Read our review of this album HERE

Norbert Susemihl (D/DK/USA) – trumpet, flugelhorn, vocal
Chloe Feoranzo (USA) – clarinet, vocal
Hans Ingelstam (S) – trombone
Morten Gunnar Larsen (N) – piano
Jens Kristian Andersen (DK) – bass
Jason Marsalis (USA) – drums

Youtube Album Page. Available from Louisiana Music Factory

Chas Justus – Electric Guitar, Vocal
Eric Frey – Bass, Vocal
Glenn Fields – Drums
Kevin Wimmer – Fiddle
Daniel Coolik – Fiddle, Electric Mandolin, Rhythm Guitar
Chris Miller – Tenor Saxophone
Chloe Feoranzo – Clarinet, Vocal
Megan Brown – Vocal
Bob Willoughby – Piano, Vocal
Chris Stafford – Steel Guitar

Read our Review. Buy CD at Louisiana Music Factory

Marla Dixon – Trumpet, Vocals on Tracks 2, 3, 5, & 10
Chloe Feoranzo – Clarinet, Vocals on Tracks 2, 8, & 10
Haruka Kikuchi – Trombone, Vocals on Track 10
Molly Reeves – Guitar, Vocals on Tracks 2, 10, & 12
Julie Schexnayder – Bass, Vocals on Track 10
Defne “Dizzy” Incirlioglu – Washboard, Vocals on Track 10
Albanie Falletta – Resonator Guitar on Track 5

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Haruka Kikuchi – Trombone
Marla Dixon – Trumpet & Vocals
Chloe Feoranzo – Clarinet & Vocals
Molly Reeves – Guitar & Vocals
Defne “Dizzy” Incirlioglu – Percussion
Julie Schexnayder – Bass

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Haruka Kikuchi – Trombone
Marla Dixon – Trumpet & Vocals
Chloe Feoranzo – Clarinet & Vocals
Molly Reeves – Guitar & Vocals
Defne “Dizzy” Incirlioglu – Percussion
Julie Schexnayder – Bass

Legendary Shack Shakers: After You’ve Gone (2017 Last Chance Records)

JD Wilkes vocals and piano, Fuller Condon upright bass and vocals, Preston Corn drums, Rod Hamdallah guitar and vocals and Gary Siperko guitar. With Liz Brasher backup vocals, Shane Pringle saxophone and Chloe Feoranzo clarinet.

Full Album Link. Purchase at CDBaby. Chloe Feoranzo on tracks 8 & 10

Read our review of this album HERE


Benny Amon – Drums
Alex Belhaj – Guitar & Vocal (6, 10)
Kris Tokarski – Piano
Tyler Thomson – String Bass (1, 3, 4, 6-9, 12, 13)
Ben Polcer – Trumpet (1, 3, 4, 6-9, 12, 13) & Vocal (12)
Andy Reid – String Bass (2, 5, 10, 11, 14, 15)
Alex Owen – Cornet (2, 5, 10, 11, 14, 15) & Vocal (2)
Charlie Halloran – Trombone
Chloe Feoranzo – Clarinet & Vocal (15)

A single video made during a South American tour. Not on an album we know of.


From: Jazz Me Outside, Part 1. Chloe Feoranzo appears on the final track, “My Hero”. The album also features Gunhild Carling, Hannah Gil and others of Syncopated note. Buy CD or Download directly from the Postmodern Jukebox website.

Postmodern Jukebox- 33 Resolutions Per MinuteChloe Feoranzo appears on one track, “No Suprises”. The album also features Gunhild Carling, Hannah Gil and others of Syncopated Note.Buy CD or Download directly from the Postmodern Jukebox website.

Chloe Feoranzo & Tom McDermott – Zeppelins Made to Order

The video isn’t from the album, which is not live, but it gives an idea of Feoranzo’s work with McDermott.

Chloe Feoranzo – vocals, clarinet, tenor sax
Tom McDermott – piano
Michael Skinkus – pandeiro on track 2

The Gentilly Stompers- Thanks a Million

Available at CD Baby where you can hear some clips.

Catie Rodgers-Trumpet/Vocals
Chloe Feoranzo-Clarinet/Tenor Sax
Haruka Kikuchi-Trombone
Alex Belhaj-Guitar
Nahum Zybdel-Guitar (Tracks 2, 5, and 10)
Miles Lyons-Tuba
Sean Clarke-Drums

Paul Burch Meridian Rising:
A Jimmie Rodgers Biography project touching on the many styles of music he influenced. Buy direct from artist page.

Sidney Street Shakers: Laugh My Weary Blues Away

Video from the time period, but not from the album.
Purchase from Big Muddy Records

Preview clips at CD Baby

The CD comes with expansive liner notes about St. Louis’ contributions to the jazz era written by Kevin Belford, local historian and author of Devil at the Confluence. 

The band is comprised of TJ Muller (trumpet), Chloe Feoranzo (clarinet, c melody sax), Kellie Everett (bass sax, tenor sax, band leader), Jacob Alspach (trombone, tenor banjo), Joe Park (guitar, plectrum banjo), Mary Ann Schulte (piano), Ryan Koenig (washboard, percussion), and Matt Meyer (drums), and the album features guests performances by Mike Davis (cornet), Kyle Butz (trombone), and Joey Glynn (bass).

This album stemmed from a project pairing recent immigrant musicians in the St Louis area with American born musicians in the St. Louis Music scene. A fuller explanation can be found in this local news story & this one. Feoranzo appears on the following track.


Extent of Feoranzo’s involvement unknown.

Chloe Feoranzo is on this single track.

“By the Book: Folklore by Jack and the Bear” is a twenty track concept album inspired by Grimm’s Fairy Tales, musical theater and real-life industrial surroundings. Giving off a bit of a “Dark-Disney” vibe, the songs cascade one into the next, as an original story (influenced by a mixture of both fictional, and not-so-fictional modern day current affairs) guides you through the duration of the album. (Read More)Chloe Feoranzo: Clarinet “The Deal” “Don’t Look Down” “Things That Are Not The Same”

Hazel Rickard – Vocals, guitar, ukulele
Hannah Satterwhite – Vocals, snaps
Kyle Butz – Guitar, piano
Chloe Feoranzo – Clarinet(tracks 4 and 5)
Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Brian Ryback at Sherpa Studios, St. Louis, MO.
Artwork by Nora Hoover
Hand lettering by Ginny Maki


Full album can be previewed on Spotify

Youtube full album linkThe Van Ella Band- Wanderlust

Flypaper Orchestra- Boulevard of Broken Dreams: Old Songs for a New Depression. Chloe Feoranzo appears on the following track. Hear the rest of the album HERE

Youtube full album link

Chloe Feoranzo accompanies the St. Louis duo on several tracks.

Will Ryan – Vocals, Guitar, Ukulele
Westy Westenhofer – Vocals, Bass, Euphonium
John Reynolds – Vocals, Guitar, Banjo
Chloe Feoranzo – Clarinet, Sax, Mandolin
Benny Brydern – Fiddle
Ian Whitcomb – Accordion
Ralf Reynolds – Percussion
Blair Tindall – Oboe
J.T. Thomas – Piano, Vibes
Larry White – Ocarina
Katie Cavera – Snappytone

The JC Jazz Crew: Four on the Floor

Justin Au – Trumpet

Chloe Feoranzo – Clarinet, Tenor Sax, Vocals

Conrad Cayman – Guitar, Upright bass, Vocals

Katie Cavera – Upright bass, plectrum banjo

Corey Gemme – Trombone

The CD contains seven tracks not offered as downloads, including two of the three tracks that feature Chloe Feoranzo. The video above is the only Chloe track available as a download. Hear previews of the rest at CDbaby. See more of the album on Youtube HERE

The Dustbowl Revival is a Venice, California-based collective. Here’s a full show of her with the band in 2014

Miss Jubilee and the Humdingers- Miss Jubilee. This video is from the time period, not from the album. Track previews and purchase at CDBaby.

All songs performed by Mt. Thelonious
w/ Chloe Feoranzo – Clarinet
Juan Felipe Salas – Cello

Strings Attached: Eternal Songs. This 2011 CD was part of a St. Louis youth band project that Chloe Feoranzo assisted with. There was a Kickstarter campaign at the time. The organization has produced several more albums and continues to assist the local community. You can find out more about them on their website.

Janet Klein and her Parlor Boys: Whoopee Hey! Hey!

Chloe appears on three tracks:
#5 Isn’t Love the Strangest Thing?
#6 Shanghai Shuffle
#13 A Little Bit Independent

The Red Skunk Jipzee Jazz Band: Hot and Haunting

This album from 2011 features several musicians, very young at the time, who have gone on to great things. This video doesn’t feature Chloe Feoranzo but is remarkable none the less. It is unclear which tracks featured Chloe Feoranzo. The rest of the band was:

Molly Reeves: Guitar/Vocals
Pamela Sheffler: Violin
Justin Au: Trumpet
Sam Boorman: Guitar
Mitch Housemen: Bass
Kenneth Davis: Drums

Full Album LinkChloe Feoranzo’s level of participation in this 2008 album is unclear, she would have been 15 or 16 at the time.

In 2017 the Quartet was:

Paul Hormick, upright base
Pete Miesner, guitar and lead vocals
Beston Barnett, guitar and vocals
Matt Gill, clarinet

Jazz Ensemble: I’m Not Happy

A youth band album from 2008. If you know anything else, or have an image, let us know. 

Full Album Link
The Plus One in the title is a 17-year-old Chloe Feoranzo and this 2010 album is meant as an introduction to her by some respected names in traditional jazz. Buy it at CDBaby.

Performed by Dan Barrett, Chris Dawson, Chloe Feoranzo, Dave Koonse, Bryan Shaw, Richard Simon.

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Chloe Feoranzo’s first album from 2008, and the only one yet under her own name. Purchase at CDBaby.

The album notes provide a great early biography of Chloe, read it HERE.

We’re sure there are other albums out there with a track or more of Chloe Feoranzo. Please let us know about them so they can be added to this list.

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