The Voices project was not abandoned.Yanni was their mentor and the project was to help project their careers. All four very talented artists are now pursuing their own successful careers so the project was a success.
Thanks. It was about the quote from Chloe's interview:
"DR: Was there talk of a follow-up Voices album?
CL: Well, let me say this. Yanni’s Voices was a beautiful project and in my opinion, I feel it is a little under appreciated. There was so much effort that went into it. I do understand why some maybe were not so receptive to the project because so many knew Yanni from his instrumentals. I think Yanni was in his mentoring phase and he wanted to help others and that’s where he was at. I’m very proud of that project and am happy to have been a part of it. There were a lot of expectations that weren’t met unfortunately. It wasn’t received the way I think people wanted it to be received.
Right before we released the Voices album, Yanni-Wake joined up with Disney Pearl and from there I was upstreamed to Disney; I was signed to Disney. I moved to Los Angeles, about to start a record and start working with Disney. Long story short, that relationship didn’t go so well; it was a mismatch from the start."
I don't know why it's sad for me that there was only one tour(USA, Canada and Mexico, maybe somewhere else i forgot), but they didn't came to Europe. Also there was only one CD-album and two DVD's from the concert in Acapulco.
Interesting post...I loved the Voices, the music, the tour amd the energy...it was different, but it was also very exciting. All of the Voices were great in their own genre's of music amd talent..I was able to see the first four concerts in Acapulco and then several more across the US...It was an awesome time and I think successful for everyone that was part of the experience