- Amy Vachal’s “The Voice US” journey continues
- She makes it to the Top 9
- She adds her own flavor to NSYNC’s hit song “Bye Bye Bye”
Fil-Am singer Amy Vachal’s journey in the Season 9 of ‘The Voice US’ continues as she secures her spot in the Top 9 of the popular reality singing competition.
She took to Twitter to express what she felt after the announcement.
“Wow wow wow…just so grateful…#TheVoiceTop9,” she wrote.
The Brooklyn-based Jazz singer once again delivered an impressive performance when she sang NSYNC’s hit song “Bye Bye Bye”.
Just like her previous performances, she flipped the song to suit her own jazzy and folksy style.
She earned a standing ovation from her coach, Adam Levine.
The National quoted the lead singer of pop-rock band Maroon 5 as saying: “I think that what we have figured out together is the ability to maximize the creative capacity on the show with songs that are not your own. That’s a really valuable tool for anyone that is writing songs or singing songs.
With you, Amy, we’ve been really able to maximize that and show people that there are a million different ways a great song can be a great song. And you’re so good at it – the way you sing them, the way you approach them. They’re infectious and popular and also just a good display of your artistry. That should be commended and rewarded on this show.”
Since the live auditions, wherein Vachal sang her rendition of the classic “Dream A Little Dream Of Me”, Levine fearlessly said that with her soothing voice and unique style, Vachal can win the whole thing.
According to an article written by Jessica Molinari for Bustle, while other performers are concerned with nailing the melodies of popular songs and matching the vocals of the original artist, Vachal is busy rewriting melodies and adding her own flavor to make the songs her own.
Watch her version of “Bye Bye Bye” here.