Lockport Native Performs Special Song Tonight On NBC’s The Voice
Lockport native Joshua Vacanti has had an impressive showing on NBC’s The Voice. He has made it through the first round of the live shows, securing his spot in the top 13, but Vacanti will need your help to get to the top 10.
Vacanti, currently in the top 13, will perform on stage for NBC’s The Voice for round 2 of the live shows tonight, but in order to transition into the next round of the show, he needs your votes to secure a top 10 spot on The Voice.
Having been picked by John Legend at the beginning of the season to be a member of Team Legend, Vacanti made his debut live show performance with the song “You and I” by Lady Gaga.
If you missed the incredible performance from last week, check it out below.
The performance tonight is one that is dear to Vacanti’s heart, as he tries to take an original and unique spin on a song that he holds close to his heart.
Joshua Vacanti also gave a tip of the hat to those who continue to support him from around the world, but most notably -- his hometown and fellow Western New Yorkers.
You can cast your vote for Joshua Vacanti on The Voice here as soon as he performs tonight at 8 pm on NBC.
About Joshua Vacanti
He always loved singing growing up, but at around 8 years old, he developed a severe and chronic form of asthma. This medical condition often halted Joshua’s musical journey, causing obstacles and regular hospitalizations in his youth.
Medical professionals prescribed Vacanti with steroids to help fight the asthma complications, which caused him to gain weight and as a result, some of his classmates teased him for this. Vacanti struggled to find his place during his time in school, but eventually he found that safe haven in the community choir.
Vacanti continued his musical journey in his collegiate studies, and before he auditioned for The Voice this season, Vacanti would travel and perform with his wife on stage, as well as in their family worship band with Vacanti’s parents.
Outside Of Music
Vacanti works as a prevention educator where he tells kids about drug prevention and encourages them to set goals that they want to achieve. That’s one of the biggest drivers behind Joshua’s audition this season -- don’t forget to chase your own dreams.
How Can I Vote?
The top artists that are announced on Tuesday's live show will continue onto next week's shows.