• Harrison Craig
  • Harrison Craig has won the voice, but will his popularity remain long after the show is over?
  • Harrison Craig, 18, has overcome a speech impediment to win The Voice 2013.
  • Music video by Harrison Craig performing Unconditional. (C) 2013 Universal Music Australia Pty Ltd.

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ModereOne delivered a dazzling blend of workshops, technological innovations and product demonstrations along with the glitz and glamour of a red carpet event including performances from Harrison Craig and Samantha Jade.


Slipping just outside the 50 for the first time since his audition a week ago, Melbourne singer Harrison Craig drifted to no.58 for his version Josh Groban’s Broken Vow.

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The 2013 winner of the second series of the Australian talent show The Voice, singer Harrison Craig was born in Melbourne in 1994 and raised by his mother in the suburb of Chelsea. Craig grew up with hardship after his father left the family when he was just six. Born with a vocal stutter -- which he continues to battle -- he was free of it when he sang, and with a natural and obvious talent, his mother signed him up to the Victorian Boys Choir in his early teens. With his confidence growing, he applied to perform on the popular TV show The Voice. He auditioned in front of the celebrity judges (Seal, Joel Madden, Delta Goodrem, and Ricky Martin) with a spell-binding version of Josh Groban's "Broken Vow." Viewers were enraptured with Craig's journey as he overcame his stutter and lack of confidence and emerged the winner. In June 2013, he released his debut album, More Than a Dream, which topped the Australian charts and was later certified platinum. Several singles from the album (most of which were songs performed by Craig during his time on The Voice) were also released that year. ~ Aneet Nijjar