Josiah Hawley

 

Biography

Josiah Hawley of Fort Smith, Arkansas was raised in a large family. He has been married for over two years and began singing while in a youth group. Over the years, he honed his voice and eventually joined his high school choir. He later entered Belmont University, where he was a voice major and played hockey. He was also accepted into two prestigious vocal ensembles. A member of the rock band The Brotherhood, he along his band members are to release an EP, as he dreams of a career as both a model and musician.

Josiah Hawley became known as one of 24 contenders in the Bravo reality modeling competition, Make Me a Supermodel, hosted by Niki Taylor and Tyson Beckford.


In 2013, Hawley joined The Voice and became a member of Usher's team on The Voice season 4.

Currently, Josiah lives in Los Angeles working as a model as he tries to break into the music business.Apart from singing, his interests include beatboxing and motorcycles.
 

Place of Birth

Fort Smith, Arkansas
 

Birth Name

Josiah Hawley
 

Gender

Male
 

Fun Facts

In his blind audition for The Voice, he sang “Sunday Morning" by Maroon 5.

He won his battle round singing "Roxanne" by The Police.

At the Knockout Rounds he went agaisnt Jess Kellner singing "Back to Black" by Amy Winehouse and won.
 

Filmography

The Voice, Season 4
 

Nickname

Josiah

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