Last updated on June 9th, 2019 at 02:45 pm
Music has a universal appeal and is an appropriate entertainment choice for a wide array of events, which is why we wanted to recommend two amazing female vocalists you can book for your event.
Felicia Temple and Rachael Leahcar not only have powerful, charming voices but also excel as performers and have a stage charisma which is sure to delight your guests.
Get to know them better by reading the following lines.
Originally from New Jersey, Felicia Temple is an American singer born on January 28, 1988. You may remember her as a contestant on The Voice Season 12.
Besides being a talented singer, Felicia is also a registered nurse. Before getting her big break as a musician on The Voice, she worked as a nurse, learning medicine and caring for other people.
However, she always had an immense passion for music, and when she was young, she loved playing the piano, so much that her nickname was “Felicia Keys” (after Alicia Keys).
As she advanced in life, Felicia honed her musical chops at the famed Village Underground in New York City and went on to win audiences over at NYC’s famed SOB’s, DROM and Milk River.
Felicia had to slow down a bit in 2015 when she was diagnosed with Carcinoid cancer. However, after six rounds of chemotherapy and extensive abdominal surgery, Felicia was back at it, writing and recording yet another amazing song.
Just two years later, Felicia Temple joined the cast of NBC’s “The Voice” competing on Blake Shelton’s team. On the show, she dazzled the audience singing show-stopping ballads like “My Heart Will Go on,” “All I Could Do Was Cry” and others.
Plus, her life story inspired millions of cancer survivors and musicians.
Watch Felicia showcase her powerful vocals singing “My Heart Will Go On” on The Voice by clicking on the video below:
There are many amazing female vocalists in the world, and Rachael Leahcar is undoubtedly one of them. Her real name is Rachael Wendy Bartholomew, and she was born on February 22, 1994.
She is an Australian singer and songwriter, and you may know her from the first season of The Voice Australia where she won third place.
Soon after the show aired, Rachael signed a record deal with Universal Music Australia. Her first album was released on July 13, 2012, and contained songs she performed on The Voice, as well as some newly-recorded covers.
Everyone who watched the show remembers her gentle voice and that Leahcar was born with retinitis pigmentosa. In fact, in 2012, she was declared legally blind with only 10% visual function.
However, that never slowed Rachael down from pursuing her biggest passion: music.
At age 15, in March 2009, Rachael entered and won Dino Prizzi’s International Festival of Song competition and won a trip to Rome to sing on an RAI Uno television program.
Also, she was invited to sing in Benevento on a television program while touring Italy. On April 16, 2012, she auditioned for The Voice, Australia where she sang a rendition of Edith Piaf’s “La vie en rose.”
Watch her spine-tingling performance which made all the judges turn their chairs in the video below.
Bring These Amazing Female Vocalists on Stage at Your Event!
If you think one of the amazing female vocalists we’ve included in this article would be an excellent fit for your next event, then make sure to contact us at (615) 283- 0039 as soon as possible.
You can tell us more about your event and discuss all the details of getting these top singers in front of your guests for a memorable performance.
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