About Legend's Ghost

Somewhere, on a distant star, at the edge of the universe, there's a portal to a world of wonders. In 2004, that portal was discovered, entirely by accident, by a quirky 21-year-old college music major named Cherelle-Renée Childs.
She was then held at gunpoint by a group of magical musical spirits wearing striped stockings and told to write a rock opera inspired to write music for a concept album, titled The Suicidal Immortal. While this album has never been released in full (it was, after all, a first effort by a 21-year-old music student), some of the songs do make it into the live setlists.

Following in the footsteps of her main influence, Ayreon, she decided to work with guest artists from all over the world, exchanging recordings via the Internet. 
By 2008, another album, Gatekeepers, which uses romantic and sexual metaphors to explain an artist's creative journey, was also in the works.

Gatekeepers was released on November 16, 2014. Three new singles are currently in the works, the first of which was released May 6, 2022.

About Cherelle-Renée Childs

Having narrowly missed being born on Halloween, American/Canadian singer and composer Cherelle-Renée Childs (born November 2, 1982) has always been fascinated by the spooky, the mysterious, and the surreal.

Cherelle's love of music began early in life, and by the time she was 11, she was reading her parents' college music textbooks to find out about her favorite classical composers, learning to play the flute, and attempting to write her own music. (It must be noted, though, that she was no modern-day Mozart. Orchestrating a work so that all of the instruments are continually playing "so that no one feels left out" is hardly a work of genius!)

Cherelle studied music at North Dakota State University, graduating in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts. During her time at university, she discovered symphonic metal, which she felt was the perfect blend of the passionate lyricism of classical music, the power of rock and metal, and the theatricality of 1970s bands such as Styx and Queen.

Since graduating from university, Cherelle has performed on several guest projects such as Factory of Dreams, VoXager, and Korsair. She currently lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She has also performed with choirs in classical works, such as Carmina Burana and Beethoven's 9th Symphony.  She also occasionally works as an actress and voice-over artist.

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