Madilyn Paige made her first national splash as a contestant on the sixth season of NBC's televised singing competition The Voice, which aired in the early months of 2014.
Paige may have been eliminated in the first round of playoffs, but her earnest blend of empowerment and modern, electronic-glazed pop found an audience outside of television, particularly among listeners of faith.
Raised in Provo, Utah, Paige was drawn to music at an early age. She also began pursuing it professionally at an early age, earning a slot on The Voice when she was 16. Paige wound up on Blake Shelton's team, surviving until the playoffs at the end of the season. Once she left the show, Paige maintained her fan base by releasing new material -- both covers and originals -- online.
Paige released her self-titled debut EP, which was preceded by single "Irreplaceable." A second EP called Anymore, featuring a duet with former American Idol finalist David Archuleta, arrived in 2018. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi