The hit NBC show “The Voice” will make its way to Fayetteville in search of its next big star. The show recently announced that it will hold auditions in the Natural State, though the date has not yet been announced.
“The Voice” will be hosting open auditions in three cities, including Chicago (June 22), Los Angeles (June 29) and Atlanta (July 27. Casting directors will be hosting by-appointment auditions in five additional cities, with one of them being Fayetteville.
Portland, Houston, Albuquerque, and Boise are the other cities selected as by-appointment audition sites.
“The Voice” nearly found a winner in Fayetteville in the fall of 2015, during season nine, when local musician Barrett Baber finished third behind winner Jordan Smith and runner-up Emily Ann Roberts. His renditions of “Angel Eyes,” “I Drive Your Truck,” “Right Here Waiting,” “Delta Dawn,” and “I’d Love to Lay You Down,” all have charted on the Billboardmagazine Country Digital Songs charts.
The show hopes to strike gold again in NWA, looking for solo artists and duos that perform all types of music: pop, rock, R&B, hip-hop, alternative, Latin, country, blues and indie.
To audition you must be a legal resident of the United States, be 13 years of age or older, and meet all other eligibility requirements.
Anyone interested in audition for the show must follow the following link.
Image courtesy of NBC and “The Voice”