Since her successful run on The Voice (Season 9), Siahna has continued to hone her singer-songwriter skills. With her recently released 6-song EP Untouchable, the jazz and soul loving songstress is adding a bit of pop flavor to her repertoire. My audio interview (apologies for quality as it was a phoner) with Siahna, as well as the transcription, is found after the jump!
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Though Glee is still fresh in television’s collective memory, Lea Michele couldn’t pass up a chance to work with producer/writer Ryan Murphy once again with the freshman FOX series Scream Queens.
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Singing since she was nine and moving from Texas to Nashville at the age of 16, Morgan Frazier has garnered a healthy share of experience in the music industry. Originally on Team Blake and then stolen by Pharrell after the Battle Rounds, Frazier’s standout performance of “Even If It Breaks Your Heart” led her back to coach Blake Shelton’s team.
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The bottom line is only one person wins The Voice, and congratulations are in order for twin sisters Andi & Alex for lasting through the Knockouts. I interviewed the pair the morning after their elimination, and though their journey on the show is over, this is just another chapter in their music path.
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One of this season’s most memorable performances on The Voice came from Shelby Brown delivered a jaw-dropping rendition of the Grace Potter & The Nocturnals tune “Stars.” The four chair turn gave Brown a lot to think about, and instead of going the predictable route with Blake Shelton, the Elberta, Alabama native went with Adam Levine. Continue reading “Exclusive: Shelby Brown Reaches The “Stars” On ‘The Voice’”
Pharrell Williams hit it right on the nose when he described The Voice artist Amy Vachal as the type of singer who could brighten a person’s day. Though “Sunday Kind of Love” was her strongest performance thus far, Pharrell went with Madi Davis during the Knockout rounds. But Vachal’s journey on The Voice continues, as Adam Levine and Blake Shelton went for the steal, with Vachal picking Levine as her new coach.
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Korin Bukowski’s Battle Rounds performance of “Samson” with Chase Kerby was one of this season’s most sublime and evocative moments, and their recorded version of the subtly wrenching Regina Spektor track reached similar heights. Bukowski, a Miami based artist who’s also studying pre-med, will be featured on tonight’s The Voice knockouts, and she talked about what we can expect from her performance.
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It’s pretty impossible to give Bill Withers a run for his money, but The Voice artist Mark Hood delivered the goods with his rendition of “Use Me” during the Blind Auditions. With Pharrell as his coach, Hood advanced through the Battle Rounds after a memorable duet with Celeste Betton on “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” (Gwen Stefani described it as her favorite battle).
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Twenty-one-year-old powerhouse Jordan Smith initially wowed The Voice coaches with a jaw dropping performance of Sia’s hit song “Chandelier” during the Blind Auditions, and after the four chair turn he picked Adam Levine as his coach. Smith advanced through the Battle Rounds with his spirited “Like I Can” duet with Regina Love (she was stolen by Gwen Stefani), and now he faces Viktor Király in the Knockouts.
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After her standout performance of “Fever” during the Blind Auditions, The Voice artist Siahna Im picked Pharrell Williams as her coach. Her journey continued through the Battle Rounds as she advanced over Ivonne Acero during their performance of “You Keep Me Hanging On.” Im, whose stage presence and swagger is out of this world for a 15-year-old, talked about her experience working with Pharrell and taking part in The Voice.
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