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LH teen singer makes it on NBC’s The Voice

By Jay Seidel
La Habra Journal

La Habra’s Aliyah Moulden showed off her vocal skills when she had three judges fighting for her to join their team when she sang “Hound Dog” by​ Big Mama Thornton on the NBC talent show, “The Voice.”


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La Habra’s Aliyah Moulden, 15, chose to be on Blake Shelton’s team in the singing competition, The Voice.

The 15-year-old songstress chose the team coached by country singer Blake Shelton.
Moulden has been raised solely by her mother after her father passed away from lung cancer when she was only a month old.
She has been an active part of the La Habra Boys and Girls club for the last 10 years.
Executive Director Mark Chavez and Program Director Patrick Favela both shared that Aliyah has been a great member of the LH Boys and Girls Clubs family.
When she was younger, her mother signed her up for vocal lessons. Aliyah explained that music has helped her find herself  growing up and while at La Habra High School.
Her singing has allowed her a great deal of opportunities at her young age.
She has opened for Caroline Sunshine, Todrick Hall and Jesse McCartney. Further, this past summer, she sang in the BET Experience at the LA Convention Center.

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