Life is "awesome" for Bath native Sadie Bass.
Currently living in Nashville, she is pursuing her dreams of becoming a professional singer. Last week she took to Instagram to share big news with her followers: She is elevating her career by auditioning for the singing competition, "The Voice," which is set to air on Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 8 p.m. — and will be available on Peacock streaming service thereafter.
Although she has opened for some of the biggest names in country music, like Billy Ray Cyrus and Jimmie Allen, Bass says this competition will help her with stage fright and give her the confidence to take her career to a national platform.
"I think next year is going to be a big year hopefully," said Bass. "The Voice is a good outlet because I've done everything I've done on my own so far, so making it on something like this means a lot and is going to give me a lot of exposure no matter how far I go in the competition."
Bass hopes the competition will get her out of her comfort zone and help garner national recognition. Hoping that once she gets more national attention, she can expand her reach as a singer/songwriter.
The first episode of "The Voice" aired on Monday and airs again on Tuesday. The show airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on NBC. Episodes will also be streaming on Peacock.
Veronica Bolanos is a news assistant at the Lansing State Journal. Contact her at VBolanos@lsj.com or 517.267.0460. Follow her on Twitter @BVeronica19.
This article originally appeared on Lansing State Journal: Sadie Bass of Michigan seeks career boost from singing on The Voice