Born into a Parisian family of artists, Kiddo was immediately immersed in music, playing the guitar at 8 years of age at the Conservatoire in Paris. Her songs “Run and Hide” and “Hush Hush” (released under her real name, Anna Chalon, and featured in French movies) were acclaimed both by critics and audiences.
After graduating from a prestigious law school, Kiddo left Paris to enter the London Music School. It was here where she wrote her first album in collaboration with the lyricist Marianne Groves, influenced by various artists such as B.B. King, Fleet Foxes, Amy Winehouse, Gary Moore, Norah Jones, John Mayer and Janis Joplin.
In 2011, Kiddo joined the Summer Program at Berklee College of Music in Boston. She now lives in New-York, where she recorded her first album Where to? under the tutelage of Grammy-winning producer Jay Newland (Norah Jones, Ayo, Etta James) which was released in 2012.