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KINNECTers shine on national stage: The Voice Australia

Announcements 18 Jun 2019

In addition to ensuring people are healthy, safe and productive at work, our very own KINNECTers Billy Harris and Sophie Phillis have been busy pursuing their creative outlet.

Billy, KINNECT’s medical support supervisor in Perth, has recently appeared on this season of Channel 9’s The Voice Australia.

Billy said her inspiration to apply to be a contestant on The Voice 2019 was through a bet made with her friend.

“I actually lost a bet to my best friend; it was either audition for The Voice or shave my head,” she said.

“I would never have had the confidence to audition without this. Music has always been very personal for me and I didn’t like to sing in public.”

Billy said her favourite part about being a contestant on the show was all the wonderfully creative people she met along the way.

“I made friends for life with the same love for music as me. I must also say meeting Boy George, Kelly Rowland, Delta Goodrem and Guy Sebastian in person and receiving expert advice from them was pretty surreal,” she said.

“My advice to other aspiring singers is don’t ever try to conform. Music loves individuality and that’s what makes it so amazing; strive to stay true to yourself and show the world the real you.”

Coincidentally, KINNECT also have another The Voice alumni working among us.

Sophie Phillis, our registered nurse in Brisbane, also appeared on the show in 2013.

Sophie said her appearance on The Voice made her realise how much she loves the big stage.

“I learnt that we all have the potential to achieve big things if we take the risks,” she said.

“The best part about being on The Voice was the feeling of accomplishment after each performance. Even though nerves affected my voice, I still felt great about stepping out on stage and giving it my best in the moment.”

Since appearing on Team Delta in 2013, Sophie has done plenty of gigs, session vocals and recorded an EP consisting of original works and a cover of a song by Australian band, ‘The Butterfly Effect’.

“Being on The Voice also gave me a push to use my music degree to take on vocal students and pass my knowledge and experience onto others,” Sophie said.

Between being a nurse and a mum, Sophie has also recently moved to Brisbane from Central Queensland and is looking forward to where her future in music may lead.

Check out Sophie’s work here:



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