Nippertown native Dani Moz has hit the national airwaves as a contestant on the NBC-TV singing competition “The Voice.” Born in Albany, raised in Delmar and a graduate of Bethlehem High School, Danielle Mozeleski (as she was known back then) was a finalist in the 2009 Capital Region’s Got Talent competition at Revolution Hall in Troy. She made it to the finals, but she didn’t win the grand prize. She came in second.
She went on to sing with the Local 518 party band Cryin’ Out Loud and country combo Loose Cannon. And since then, she’s relocated to Boston and then Los Angeles, and she’s shortened her stage name, but she’s still got big talent.
On “The Voice,” she landed a spot on Team Shakira during the Blind Audition round. And last night (Monday, March 17), she held onto her spot in the first night of the Battle Round, beating out team mate DeShawn Washington, as they sang a duet of Emile Sande’s “My Kind of Love.”
Danielle Mozeleski at Revolution Hall in Troy, in the Capital Region’s Got Talent competition, 10/8/09…
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