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Two more Meath contestants for 'The Voice'

Tuesday, 14th January, 2014 3:25pm
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Two more Meath contestants for 'The Voice'
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Two more Meath contestants will audition for the Voice of Ireland on next Sunday night’s RTE One programme.
Aine Finlay from Ballinlough and Keith Tormay from Navan will both take part in Sunday night’s blind auditions and their families and friends around Meath will be tuning in to see how they get on.
Aine, whose musical influences are Ellie Goulding, Beyonce, Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Katy Perry, The Killers, The Script, Bruce Springsteen and Johnny Cash will sing ‘You Da One’ by Rhianna.
She got through to the auditions as a 2FM Wildcard. 
She is a third year student in DIT, studying Business and Management and works part time in Lifestyle Sports, in the Navan branch.
She is a huge GAA  fan and plays Gaelic football with Oldcastle ladies senior team.
Keith Tormay (31) (pictured below) lives in Navan with fiancée, Maria and has been a van driver for a coffee company for last six years. 
He will be singing the Black Crowes version of ‘Hard to Handle’ on Sunday night.
His musical influences are Robert Plant, Phil Lynott, Eddie Vedde, Gareth Brooks, Mumford and Sons, Eagles, Jason Mraz, and Johnny Cash.
He wanted music as his full time job, but his mortgage and life got in the way.
The programme airs at 6.30pm on Sunday on RTE One.

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