Albany Native Dani Moz Dukes It Out in the Second Battle Round of “The Voice”

The Kentucky vs. UConn face-off for the NCAA Men’s National Basketball Championship wasn’t the only big match-up on television last night.

Nippertown native Dani Moz was back in the network television spotlight again last night (Monday, April 7), fighting hard in her attempt to survive the second Battle Round of NBC-TV’s hit singing competition, “The Voice.”

She kicked off the show last night in a heated Team Shakira battle against Clarissa Sterna, as they went toe-to-toe, note-for-note on a soaring rendition of Pink’s “Perfect.” And at the end of the song when the dust finally cleared and the applause died down, the winner was unquestionably…

Dani Moz, of course, which means that she’ll be moving on to the live Playoff round.

Born in Albany, raised in Delmar and a graduate of Bethlehem High School, Danielle Mozeleski (as she was known back then) was a finalist in the 2009 Capital Region’s Got Talent competition at Revolution Hall in Troy, where she made it to the finals, but couldn’t quite snag the grand prize. She came in second.

She went on to sing with the Local 518 party band Cryin’ Out Loud and country combo Loose Cannon. Now living in Los Angeles, she’s shortened her stage name, but she’s still got big talent. That much is obvious…

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