Mark Isaiah’s Secret Weapon

He’s so grateful to his loyal fans

Mark Isaiah was one of the most popular artists on season 12 of NBC’s unmissable singing contest “The Voice”. Those riveting show’s where he came bottom of the voting and only his loyal fans “Instant Save” votes kept his dream alive.

The charismatic singer from Monroe County, Pa., never really got back to the level of his Blind Audition where he sang Shawn Mendes “Mercy” and wowed the coaches.

His nerve’s often got the better of his performance and he seemed genuinely relieved and grateful when he got “one more week” on the show. Coach Adam Levine, who was a big fan of Mark’s, was truly upset when he was voted off before the semi-finals after his cover of Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” failed to save him.

So how is Mark (seen above in an interview by Eyewitness News), dealing with post show, back to normal life in the Pocono’s? “I’ve been enjoying my journey, and I’m super excited to continue it,” he smiles. He will remember the friendships he made both on and off the stage – “the people you meet, all the artists who are there, you become family with them.”

But Isaiah knows that his secret weapon was his fans and the hometown support which helped him to book a place in the final ten of the popular singing contest.

He has a message for them – the journey is just beginning and he added “I always kept a smile on my face and enjoyed the moment I was there because that’s what it’s all about. Enjoying the moment, having fun, and learning from everything,”

That seems to us to be a good way to live life!



Thanks to Brianna Strunk and Nextstar Broadcasting for the quotes.

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