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Girl Named Tom’s 1st The Voice Performance vs. Their Last Shows Their Beautiful Growth

The already-talented folk trio evolved so much!

By Tayi Sanusi
Girl Named Tom on The Voice

The Voice Season 21 winners Girl Named Tom (comprised of siblings Caleb Liechty, Joshua Liechty, and Bekah Liechty) took the vocal competition show by storm. Both the Coaches and viewers at home were blown away by the trio's angelic harmonies and vocal prowess. 

How to Watch

Watch the Season 26 premiere of The Voice on Monday, September 23 at 8/7c on NBC and next day on Peacock. 

Between Girl Named Tom’s first performance on The Voice and their last, the expert vocalists honed their already-spectacular singing skills into a world-class folk band. Here’s a look back at how their performances evolved during their journey on The Voice

First performance: Blind Audition 

The first time the Ohio natives graced The Voice stage was definitely a night to remember. It was clear to the Coaches from the intro that they were in for something special, and as all three voices started in unison, Coach Kelly Clarkson didn’t waste any time turning her chair. Their picture-perfect harmonies brought new life to the Crosby, Stills & Nash classic "Helplessly Hoping.” By the end of their performance, all four Coaches had turned their chairs, and the trio was claimed by Team Kelly. 

Last performance: Live Finale 

After weeks of working their way closer and closer to The Voice Season Finale, during their final performance as a trio, Girl Named Tom proved they weren’t going to let go of the win without a fight. The vocal trio performed “The Chain” by the iconic band Fleetwood Mac, and we still have goosebumps. Compared to their first performance, it was clear all three members had improved their stage presence, and the results were nothing short of electrifying. As each member confidently stepped out for an engaging mix of solo and groupmoments, the effortless transitions and first-rate musicality were undeniable. The contrast in dynamics between the softer moments and the high-pitched crescendos also stood out.

It was easy to see why these talented singers took home the win.

Watch The Voice on NBC Mondays and Tuesdays at 8/7c and next day on Peacock.

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