New Year, Fresh Start for Tessanne Chin

What an amazing journey for Tessanne Chin: Wiinning The Voice and now starting the New Year 2014 with an appearance at the 125th Tournament of Roses Parade.

LOS ANGELES, Calif. – New Year’s Day 2014, eyes from around the globe will be on “The Voice” season 5 champion Tessanne Chin, as she gets a fresh start surrounded by a plethora of vibrant magnificent flowers at the Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California.

The Caribbean diaspora will be beaming with pride as the Jamaican-born songstress makes an appearance as the Rose Parade celebrates its 125th anniversary and this year’s theme, “Dreams Come True”.

No newcomer to the entertainment scene, Chin’s appearance on the Parade big day is an ideal match as she continues to inspire new hope among those who had dared only to

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dream of winning “The Voice”.

Indeed, Tessanne broke through to the viewing audience of The Voice. Born in a musical family, she started performing at the young age of 6 with the Cathy Levy’s “Little People and Teen Players Club,” one of Jamaica’s top performing arts school.

As an adult, Chin toured with Jamaican reggae legend, Mr. Jimmy Cliff, for three years as a backup singer. Subsequently, launched a solo career.

Mom and dad were band members of the “Carnations”. Older sister Tami Chynn is a singer.

 

 

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