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Young Greek-Australians Win The Voice Blind Auditions

Greek-Australians-The-VoiceAs of this week three young Greek-Australians have passed the blind auditions of Australia’s music show The Voice, and won over the audience. Carly Yelayotis, Frank Lakoudis and Luke Koteras caught the attention of the judges and won the chance to move to the next round.

Carly Yelayotis, a 25-year-old Greek-Australian musician from Sydney participated in the blind auditions, singing the ballad “Stay” by Rihanna and winning three out of four votes by the judges. In the end she chose to be part of Ricky Martin’s team. She originates from the Greek island of Lesvos and aspires to be recognized as a successful Greek singer. Carly has always felt deeply connected to music and recently explored the music industry in Greece to reconnect with her ancestry

Frank Lakoudis is only 22 years old. However, he already is the lead singer of Sydney’s heavy metal band “Rattlesnake.” For his audition he performed the famous “Immigrant Song” by Led Zeppelin and also managed to win over the votes of three judges, choosing to be coached by Joel Madden, lead singer of Good Charlotte. When he is not performing, Frank is studying web and app design.

Finally, Luke Koteras, is a 27-year-old pop artist from Sydney, who works in a band with Chris Sebastian and Michael Duchesne. Luke performed Ed Sheeran’s song “The A-Team.” As a musician he was first a guitarist and then started singing at the age of 20. Since then, he’s performed sell-out solo gigs and has written over 100 original songs amounting to several album releases.

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