West Seattle music teacher chosen to compete on ‘The Voice’

If you watch “The Voice,” you might not realize that one of this season’s artists is a West Seattle music teacher! Phil Gustavson from School of Rock-West Seattle shares the news about Payge Turner:

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Seattle musician and School of Rock West Seattle teacher Payge Turner wowed the coaches during her blind auditions on season 19 of NBC’s The Voice and joined Team Gwen! Originally from Trinidad and Tobago, Payge has lived and performed in the Seattle area for a few years and teaches part-time at The School of Rock in West Seattle. An electric performer, Payge sings and plays keyboards and guitar. She is known for her emotion-filled vocals and her passionate approach to singing and teaching.

Still an independent artist, Payge’s music can be found on Spotify, YouTube and other outlets. Visit her website at www.paygeturnermusic.com for more information.

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4 Replies to "West Seattle music teacher chosen to compete on 'The Voice'"

  • CM October 23, 2020 (1:53 pm)

    This is amazing!!! Congratulations, Payge!!! 

  • MrsT October 23, 2020 (4:31 pm)

    I guess we’ll have to start watching the Voice then! Our son was lucky enough to take a songwriting class with her last year at School of Rock + he had nothing but good things to say about her. Break a leg Payge!

  • Also a new fan October 23, 2020 (5:36 pm)

    I will be in your fan club too along with Blake!  Great audition on the very public stage!

  • Sunflower October 23, 2020 (7:21 pm)

    Cool, have fun Payge!

    I shamelessly enjoy this show, thanks for sharing, will tune in.

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