WNY’s Cami Clune To Perform On NBC’s ‘The Voice’
A Western New York native is going to be singing on tonight and Tuesday's edition of “The Voice” that has its season premiere at 8 p.m. on WGRZ-TV (Channel 2) according to Alan Pergament of the Buffalo News.
Cami Clune, 20, hopefully, will be seen during the blind audition part of the series in a season with judges Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, Kelly Clarkson and John Legend.
We say "hopefully" because it isn't guaranteed that Erie County native will be seen in the first two nights of the blind auditions.
She is highlighted in a blog about contestants in “The Voice” describing her musical style as alternative, pop and R&B.
Clune may be familiar to anyone who has seen her perform at many restaurants, bars and events in and around the Western New York area.
She has performed the national anthem before games played by the Buffalo Bills, Sabres, Bisons and Bandits and has earned several local honors since she was a teenager.
Her awards include Buffalo Italian Idol Winner in 2014; Amherst Idol Winner in 2015; and Buffalo Sings Winner in 2017.
Clune is the founder of the charity Backyard Broadway; was the lead actress in the short film “Blink of an Eye” filmed in Buffalo and recorded the title track.
To read more about Cami, as well as links to some of her more recent songs follow this link to her website.
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