The Voice is one of the most top rated shows on television, due to pairing top rated singers with up and coming voice talent for competition, and Oregonian Jacquie Roar achieved a rare feat of the 4-chair turn during her blind audition.
Jacquie moved to Oregon around the age of 8 and has not only loved growing up in Oregon, she has been inspired by her surroundings when it comes to creating music, while living in North Plains the past few years.
She also comes from humble beginnings as she and her sister were raised by a single mother. It turns out her mom getting a job as a bouncer and waitress at The Rockin’ Rodeo served as the catalyst for her love of country music and pursuit to become a professional singer. That along with her entrepreneurial spirit has led her to Season 24 on The Voice, where she is currently on Team Gwen.
You can see Jacquie on the Voice on Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC, and streaming on Peacock.