Vicci Martinez is an American singer/songwriter from Tacoma, Washington. She came in joint third on NBC's singing competition series The Voice in 2011. She released her 2012 album with Republic Records (Universal Music Group), but self-released her 2015 album.
In 2011, Martinez competed on the U.S. talent show The Voice. Billboard magazine praised her diverse performance abilities saying "she gives every song a mature delivery and she appears comfortable in whatever skin she has chosen to adopt on a given night. With a drum corps alongside her and a backstory about her late father to warm the heart, she tore through Florence and the Machine's "Dog Days Are Over" with alacrity; her closing performance was also the night's best performance. Martinez came in first place on judge CeeLo Green's team and represented him in the final round. She finished third overall.
She represented proudl for openly gay recording artists and never compromised her authentic freedom of expression during the entire competition. Vicci won the Outmusic Award for Best Rock Song for her single "Come Along" feat. CeeLo Green. READ MORE
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