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Charity Children

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New Zealand expatriates, Chloë Lewer and Elliott McKee are the indie-folk musical duo, Charity Children. After moving to Germany mid 2011, the two began busking on the streets of Berlin, as the prospect of finding work (being two fairly skill-less, monolinguists) was always going to be unlikely.

With their endearing, intimate style, they have managed to build up quite a following during the summer months from their street music. Their ukulele-driven sound also features harmonica, melodeon, xylophone, hand percussion and anything else small enough to fit in their suitcase when they go busking. However, what really sets Charity Children apart from similar acts is Chloë’s beautiful, ethereal vocals and the pairs strong onstage connection and rapport.

Band Members:
Chloë Lewer (vocals, percussion, ukulele, keyboards)
Elliott McKee (vocals, guitar, ukulele, harmonica, melodeon)
Dave Sills (cello, keyboards)
Nick Morrison (guitar, keyboards)
Martin Rose (bass)
Wouter Rentema (drums)

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