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Girl Named Tom was the first musical group to claim victory on The Voice. (Their Coach was Kelly Clarkson, who's returning to her red chair for Season 23). The band, made up of siblings Bekah, Joshua, and Caleb Liechty, instantly impressed the Coaches with their effortless harmonies and have continued to charm crowds since their Voice tenure.
The Liechtys recently decided to visit their hometown for an especially heartwarming reason: to gift their Voice trophy to their high school. That's right: Girl Named Tom took to Instagram to share this sweet update. In the post, they paid homage to their hometown roots with a collage of photos from the visit.
The band took some pics with the trophy, essentially kissing it goodbye as it settles into a new home. They wrote in the caption, "Handing The Voice trophy over to where it belongs: our small but mighty hometown, Pettisville, OH! 🏆 As you pass through the halls of the school, we hope this trophy is a reminder…
- of what can happen when people come together!
- ‘small town’ does not mean ‘small opportunity’
- it sure does take a village to raise children!
- The Liechty siblings are forever grateful for the love Pettisville has poured into their family and their harmony trio, Girl Named Tom. What an honor to be on the Pettisville sign!
- everyone has unique gifts, let’s use them well, and cheer each other on!!! GO BLACKBIRDS ✨"
Girl Named Tom continues to deliver powerhouse performances all over the country. And the trophy's new residence will serve as a reminder that dreams can come true with enough passion, drive, and heart. Oh, and a chair turn from Kelly Clarkson! We hope the students at Girl Named Tom's alma mater take notes and dream big.
Watch The Voice on Peacock and NBC. Season 23 of the show premieres on NBC in March and features Kelly Clarkson and Blake Shelton returning as Coaches, plus new Coaches Niall Horan and Chance the Rapper.
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