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Wé's star-making turn on her show-stopping blind audition on the hit US NBC TV show The Voice drew national attention in 2016. It was the kind of momentous debut she had been preparing for her entire life. Winning third place for the season, her career was fast tracked to success. Singing since the age of 12, Wé McDonald attended the Harlem School for the Arts after school and on weekends, where she studied music, acting, dance, Opera and Jazz vocals to further cultivate her unique and righteously robust voice. At the tender age of 16, Wé competed and won three times at one of the world's most famous music halls, the Apollo Theater. It was there that she repeatedly received winning standing ovations during Apollo’s Amateur Night competition.
Wé has performed nationally and internationally sharing stages with Stevie Wonder, Josh Groban, Chris Botti, Celo Green, Patti Austin, and countless others. She has performed on the PBS’s Emmy Award winning All-Star Concert, Gershwin Prize Tribute honouring Tony Bennett at the Library of Congress. Wé has been a perennial performer on the Apollo Celebrates Ella Fitzgerald concert. She has toured with Jazz great Chris Botti and Rock’s classic play Rocktopia. Wé McDonald’s hit music singles Head Up High, If I didn't Love You, and Broken Wings have garnered social media buzz.
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