Maelyn Jarmon is a Frisco native and the winner of Season 16 of NBC’s “The Voice.”
Ms. Jarmon grew up in Frisco in a musical family and participated in local musical theater, which led her to N.Y., where she worked with a music director on Broadway.
While living in N.Y., building her music career, Ms. Jarmon had jobs working as a waitress in Times Square, a front desk concierge at a hotel and helping friends start a company that played kids music for birthday parties.
After releasing a video on Instagram of her performing a song she wrote, someone from “The Voice” reached out and asked her to come do a private audition. During her time on the show, Ms. Jarmon got to work closely with her coach, John Legend, as well as the other show coaches Kelly Clarkson, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Sarah McLachlan, who she sang a duet with.
Ms. Jarmon will make her return to Frisco as she opens for The Fray and One Republic at Toyota Stadium on September 21. Of her future plans, she shares, “We are making the move to Los Angeles and we have lots of plans in motion. This is what I have wanted to do forever and it has just been incredible.”