Filipina Singer Amy Vachal Makes it to ‘The Voice’

By Rey Martin | 1 year ago
Filipina Singer Amy Vachal Makes it to ‘The Voice’

Pinay singer Amy Vachal made it to the battle rounds of “The Voice” Season 9. Read on for more details.

During the October 5 episode of The Voice Season 9, the 26-year-old Filipino-American singer-songwriter from Brooklyn, New York passed the blind auditions and received a standing ovation from the judges. Her audition piece was a modern version of “Dream A Little Dream of Me.” Gwen Stefani, Pharrell Williams, and Blake Shelton turned their chairs for Vachal.


Shelton was impressed with Vachal’s guitar skills and said that she reminded him of singers Colbie Caillat and Norah Jones.

“Thank you for bringing what you do to the show. You are on a different path than anybody else. I am so impressed,” Shelton said.

Stefani told Vachal that she can really help her in this journey because she believes that there’s a pure artist coming from her heart. Levine also said that Vachal can win the whole thing. He did not press the button because his team was already full.

Williams said that he will be appreciative to have the opportunity to help Vachal in the journey. He also added that he wants to help her explore more. In the end, Vachal chose to be on Team Pharrell.

Watch her audition below:

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According to Manila Bulletin, Vachal is the daughter of Deirdra Garcia-Vachal, the younger sister of Cebu Representative Gwendolyn Garcia. The young singer’s love for music started when her father introduced her to Grateful Dead’s music.

Vachal tweeted about her happiness and excitement.

She also made a Facebook post that reads: “This is such an amazing show on so many levels and I’m just so blessed to be a part of it and share this exciting time with the ones I love! You don’t want to miss a beat this season – never have I seen such an amazing group of talent in one space! So much love.”

Photo source: Instagram/Amy Vachal