Texas country singer Holly Tucker provided local fans at La Palmera Mall a glimpse of why she won the hearts of millions on Season 4 of NBC-TV’s reality show “The Voice.”
Tucker provided an entertaining snipped during a stop the mall Thursday afternoon. She then headed to Whataburger Field to provide the national anthem before tonight’s game between the Hooks and the Frisco RoughRiders.
Tucker, a native of Waco, grew up singing in church and performing on various stages as she grew up. In 2013, she took to the national stage receiving the “4-chair-turn” on “The Voice.” She made it to the top six as a member of Blake Shelton’s team.
Her voice has been described by Shelton as “the most effortless, accurate and powerful voice” he’s ever heard.
And she’s picked up from there, continuing to perform and record her music. Most recently she released a new album entitled “Steel.”