The Voice Australia continues to discover great Australian singers. This time a 17 years old legally blind young lady from Adelaide named Rachael Leahcar. The Voice Australia is somewhat interesting as the judges listens to voice first without looking at the contestant. Rachael carefully listened to the instructions of the production crew as she was led to the platform to sing her blind audition song ‘La Vie En Rose’ by Edith Piaf.
Rachael‘s rendition of La Vie En Rose moved the audience and televiewers. It was not hard for the mentors, Keith Urban, Delta Goodrem, Seal and Joel Madden to turn around and wanting Rachael to be included in their selections.
Her short bio at the The Voice Australia says: “Rachael started singing lessons at the age of nine and spent a lot of her childhood singing in Italian as a result of spending time with her Italian grandparents. Rachael can sing in Italian, French and Spanish. She can also play the piano, flute and has sung in multiple choirs. In 2009, Rachael won a singing competition on “RAI Uno” television in Rome and has been doing semi-professional gigs over the past two years for festivals, weddings and charities.” Watch Rachael’s blind audition performance video below.
The Voice Australia Rachael Leahcar
Credits: Video uploaded by TheVoiceAustralia in Youtube.
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