| Chairs Turned
John Lingard is a singer and past contestant on The Voice season 3.
Singer-songwriter John Lingard has written over 100 songs, recorded an EP and is a seasoned performer on Melbourne’s live music scene. At age 26, John has left his day job to concentrate on his music career and pen his first album. A proud uncle with strong family bonds, John has returned to his family home in Bendigo where the backyard shed has been converted into a music studio to support his ambitions.
John first picked up a guitar and started writing songs in an effort to emulate his musical father and after seeing his first John Mayer concert at age 16, he knew that music was something he wanted to pursue for the rest of his life.
John, age 26, auditioned for the show with a performance of "Riptide" by Vance Joy. He managed to spin 3 chairs, eventually deciding to choose Kylie as his coach.
In the first live show, Lingard performed "Babylon" by David Gray. He was saved and put through to the second live round where he received the lowest public vote and was eliminated.