You would be right to surmise that her self confidence was boosted when the Season 13 judges on The Voice singing contest told Emily Luther that there is no voice like hers on the show. With a hopeful mind, she proved the judges right by bagging the win in both the knockout and battle rounds. The young vocalist is best known as a signee to eleveneleven label by Ellen DeGeneres and she is well on her way to becoming a star in the field of music, thanks to her dedication, hard work, and natural talent.
Emily Luther Biography, Age
Emily Luther was born in Woonsocket, Rhode Island on the 24th of July 1992, there is a dearth of information on her family relationships but she was brought up in her place of birth. According to reports, she is the first in her family to toe the line of music. She developed an interest in the musical theatre at the tender age of eight and made the conscious decision to pursue her musical career with great passion and dedication. As she became older, she honed her singing prowess with regular performances at co-operating events and weddings while she kept her dream of ascending to the peak of her singing career alive.
Talking about her academic qualifications, her quest for perfection in music took the budding vocalist to Berklee College of Music, Boston where she studied music. During her days at Berklee, she made several connections in Los Angeles and later relocated there at the age of 20. Emily was later discouraged from ending up as a solo artist by a team of industrial people when they judged her on her appearance. She returned home to live with her parents after spending three years in Los Angeles. Upon getting back to Rhode Island, Emily Luther continued with her usual performances at corporate events and weddings and sees her great voice as her only chance to take make her dream come true with people who only care about her voice. To Emily, that is what really matters the most.
The details of Emily’s family background have never come under the attention of the press but reports said that she came to her audition with her parents and an older brother who supported her from the backstage, expressing their joy at how far she had come. Besides she has uploaded photos of her family and pet on her Instagram account which points to the fact that she is a caring and fun loving person.
Other Facts About The Singer Emily Luther
Her captivating vocal prowess
The young singer’s voice simply evokes the atmosphere of a smoky jazz club, with relaxed and lazy patrons nursing their drinks. So it does not come as a big surprise that she had the likes of Adam Levine, Blake Sheldon as well as Jennifer Hudson turn their seats around at her performance of the classic, “Summertime” during her blind audition.
Ultimately, she made the decision to join team Adam and she only got even better throughout her performance at The Voice 2017 which made her one of the major contenders to bag the win.
As a contemporary vocalist, Emily Luther is best recognized for her versatility. Her powerhouse vocal abilities and her tone of voice has endowed her with the natural ability to cross so many genres effortlessly. The emerging star has shared the stage with notable vocalists like Yolanda Adams, Dionne Warwick and has also offered her vocals for the Grammy Foundation in the past.
Rise to Fame
During the years she spent as a student of music therapy, the young vocalist’s career took a turn for the better when she collaborated with Charlie Puth – a YouTuber to perform the cover of Adele’s “Someone Like You,” which went viral on social media. When it got released, the cover was tagged Perez Hilton’s Top Cover Song for the Week. Emily blew the audience away when she performed on The Ellen DeGeneres Show after which she got signed on to eleveneleven label owned by Ellen DeGeneres’
The best of Emily Luther
Emily made it obvious that she was the best of the contestants at The Voice 2017 in the battle rounds as she faced the likes of Gary Carpentier as they sang Adele’s Send My Love (To Your New Lover) and Emily emerged the winner.
Emily Luther made her coaches very proud in the knockout rounds when she beat Adam Pearce. The young vocalist sang “Glitter in the Air” by Pink to the accompaniment of a tuneful piano and both the audience and judges were left in stunned silence by her high pitches.