A Wild Long Road...

Inspired by Americana and Blues-Rock music, Mylene L. Chamblain is one of those discreet artists who, despite everything, has an interesting musical career.

After several years devoted to her private life and an international stage experience (USA, Lithuania, England, France, Belgium), she comes back with her personal project in 2018 but the meeting with Julie Compagnon and her team will take her in 2019 to collaborate, in parallel to her project, on the compositions (lyrics and music) of the Belgian band, Plain Jane, since its creation. It is in 2020, during the lockdown that Mylène Chamblain realizes and produces her EP “Body & Soul” in collaboration with the Ochestrator, Cyril Orcel (Arpegia Music) and officially releases in January 2021.

Born in France and based in Belgium for over 18 years, Mylène L. Chamblain is an artist unconditionally dedicated to the universal language of music and specifically inspired by the roots of the Blues.

After 25 years of developing her universe, of being conditioned as little as possible in a society that she does not understand, her determination, the gifts of life and the trials have allowed her to build bridges in front of her obstacles: often high walls, difficult to cross, but also collapsed fortresses that had to be rebuilt on more solid bases.

A perseverance and an affirmation that can be felt through her musical evolution where she took a clear sonic turn between her album “Hold Fast” released in 2004 (with the participation of Bernard Sellam and Stephan Bertolino of the Blues band AWEK, met at the Country Blues Café of Toulouse during a Jam session) and the last EP “Body & Soul” released in 2021.

Today, it is more liberated and with a quiet strength that she offers us a music anchored, resolutely sensitive and rock, personal, taking us with her in intense emotions and deep travels.