|Birth name Danielle Baquet|
Also known as Chubby Wolf
Record label And/oar
|Years active 2005–2009|
Music group Celer (2005 – 2009)
Name Danielle Baquet-Long
|Born July 31, 1982 (age 26) (1982-07-31) |
Genres Electronic, ambient electronic, indie
Occupation(s) Music therapist, musician, multi-instrumentalist, vocalist
Instruments Synthesizer, guitar, vocals
Albums Ornitheology, Los Que No Son Gentos, L'Histoire, Maudlin & Elusive, Meandering Pupa
Similar People Celer, The For Carnation, thisquietarmy, Hakobune, Machinefabriek
Died July 8, 2009 (aged 26) Huntington Beach, California
Chubby wolf you are the description that brings me out of myself
Danielle Baquet-Long (July 31, 1982 – July 8, 2009) was a musician from Huntington Beach, California. She is known for her collaboration with husband Will Long in the band Celer, and for her extensive solo work under the moniker Chubby Wolf (much of which was released post-mortem). Danielle was a teacher of special education in music therapy, writer, poet, painter, multi-instrumentalist, and vocalist. Both her self releases and post-mortem releases under the name Chubby Wolf have gained substantial following and review.
Celer was founded in 2005, in Huntington Beach, California, U.S.A.. After producing music for record labels, installations, and exhibits worldwide from 2005–2009, Danielle Baquet-Long died on July 8, 2009 of heart failure. In their time as a duo, they produced numerous self-released albums, sound for installations, and released work for independent labels in North America, Japan, and Europe. Between 2005 and 2007 the couple produced 22 releases. Will Long has continued Celer solo from 2009 to the present.