The real singers behind The Voice (USA)

TV singing competitions, like The Voice, are everywhere these days. They may be taken for granted by the casual viewer but vocalists of all levels will appreciate the hard work put into each episode.

Between the rehearsals, performances and varied stories of all the performers, TV singing competitions can serve as a huge reservoir of knowledge for vocalists. This is especially true for the “working singers”, those recurring vocalists who provide support behind the competitor each episode.

isIngmag’s Denosh Bennet caught up with the hardworking backing vocalists of The Voice (US)— Kara Britz, Stevie Mackey and Denise Janae. They discuss their experiences, top vocal tips and share industry advice on how to grow and survive as a singer in the music industry.

You will find their conversation a great glimpse into the inner workings of a reality TV powerhouse, and a great display of the dedication, hard work and talent that these vocalists put in each week to ensure a vocally smooth episode week after week.

Denosh Bennett is a Canadian-born singer, dancer and artistic director with two decades of experience in the entertainment industry. Her versatility and broad résumé has led her to tour as a dancer and/ or backing vocalist with many international artists including Faith Evans, Justin Timberlake, Alicia Keys, Drake, Whitney Houston, Robbie Williams, Demi Lovato and Rihanna.