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Maelyn Jarmon
Born (1992-12-08) December 8, 1992 (age 28)
Frisco, Texas, United States
GenresPop, Indie, Alternative, Folk
Occupation(s)Singer
Years active2019–present
LabelsRepublic
Websitemaelynmusic.com

Maelyn Jarmon (born December 8, 1992) is an American folk singer. She is the winner of season 16 of the American talent competition The Voice at the age of 26. [1] After winning the show, she was signed to Republic Records.

Career

In 2019, Maelyn Jarmon entered the sixteenth season of The Voice. For her blind audition, she sang "Fields of Gold" by Sting. Adam Levine, John Legend, Kelly Clarkson and Blake Shelton turned, and she chose to be a part of Team Legend. She made it to the finale and was announced as the winner on May 21, 2019.[2] On July 4, 2019, she sang the national anthem at A Capitol Fourth.

Personal life

Maelyn grew up in Frisco, TX and lived in NYC for 9 years before receiving an invitation to audition for Season 16 of The Voice.[3]

The Voice (2019)

Main article: The Voice (American season 16)

  – Studio version of performance was the most streamed song on Apple Music

The Voice performances

Stage Song Original artist Order Result
Blind Audition "Fields of Gold" Sting 1.2 Adam Levine, John Legend, Kelly Clarkson and Blake Shelton turned, joined Team Legend
Battles (Top 48) "When We Were Young" (vs. Savannah Brister) Adele 8.5 Saved by Coach
Live Cross Battles (Top 32) "Mad World" (vs. Rod Stokes) Tears for Fears 13.8 Saved by Public
Live Playoffs (Top 24) "Fallingwater" Maggie Rogers 16.11
Live Top 13 "The Scientist" Coldplay 18.13
Live Semifinals (Top 8) "Yesterday" (duet with Rod Stokes) The Beatles 20.2
"Stay" Rihanna feat. Mikky Ekko 20.6
Live Finale (Final 4) "Unforgettable" with (John Legend) Nat King Cole 22.6 Winner
"Wait For You" (original song) Maelyn Jarmon 22.1
"Hallelujah" Leonard Cohen 22.12
Non competition performances
Order Collaborator(s) Song Original Artist
19.1 Celia Babini, Shawn Sounds and John Legend "I Say a Little Prayer" Dionne Warwick
23.8 Sarah McLachlan "Angel (Sarah McLachlan song)" Sarah McLachlan

Discography

Extended plays

Title Details Peak chart positions
US
[4]
The Voice: The Complete Season 16 Collection 173

Singles

Title Year Peak chart positions
US
Adult Pop
US
Digital

[5]
"Fallingwater"
2019
"The Scientist"
2019 42
"Stay"
2019 15
"Hallelujah"
2019 6
"Unforgettable (with John Legend)"
2019 33
"Wait for You"
2019 24
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

References

  1. ^ "MAELYN JARMON WINS SEASON 16 OF 'THE VOICE'". Tasteofcountry.com. Retrieved May 21, 2019.
  2. ^ The Voice (2019-05-21), The Winner of the Voice Season 16 Is Revealed! - The Voice Live Finale 2019, retrieved 2019-07-04
  3. ^ "'The Voice' Winner Maelyn Jarmon Is Engaged! Who's The Lucky Guy?". Talent Recap. 2019-07-03. Retrieved 2019-07-07.
  4. ^ "Billboard 200: June 1, 2019". Billboard. Retrieved May 31, 2019.
  5. ^ "Digital Song Sales". Billboard. June 1, 2019. Retrieved 2019-05-29.
Awards and achievements Preceded byChevel Shepherd The Voice (American)Winner2019 (Spring) Succeeded byJake Hoot Preceded by"Broken Hearts" The Voice (American)Winner's song"Wait For You"2019 (Spring) Succeeded by"Better Off Without You"