“The Voice” brother and sister trio Girl Named Tom won the show at the end of Season 21 along with their coach Kelly Clarkson.
The group consists of siblings Josh, Bekah and Caleb Liechty. Recently, they performed in an arena in their hometown.
“First taste of arena life,” the group wrote alongside a video of them running through an arena, which they returned to after originally having to cancel their performances due to COVID-19.
According to NBC 4 in Columbus, Ohio, the group returned to the state for a total of six concerts, the first in August and the last on October 16.
In an Instagram post on July 19, 2022, the group, which consists of siblings Josh, Bekah and Caleb Liechty, showed the number of streams their song “Helplessly Hoping” has amassed, which at the time was over 1000000.
“This song has brought so much joy…” they wrote. “And brought so many dreams to life. We recorded this version during covid with @mollieb_music & @tedlangemusic, and who would have guessed millions of music lovers would be listening along with the amazing @stephenstillsofficial herself.”
They added: “We still sing it every show and every night it’s one of the most powerful moments. THANK YOU everyone for streaming!!!”
The song has been out since 2020 and they performed it on ‘The Voice’.
“Yes, we have three shows the weekend after our father passed away,” Caleb said. “You may be wondering why we would do that. So do we, sort of.”
He continued: ‘But we want to be able to get them out of the way so that we can really focus on coming to terms with his death and planning his memorial service over the next few weekends, which is very important to us. ”
Caleb’s brother, Joshua, agreed.
“He really wanted us to do these shows,” he said. “He was talking about his death, and he… [said] don’t let my death stop you from doing these shows. Thursday night he didn’t get his wish, but tonight he’s with us.”
Bekah added her thoughts too.
“We just wanted to come here and thank you so much for all your condolences and sympathy and kindness that you showered us with through this whole process.”
Caleb said they were just “lucky to be able to sing while we’re still here and sing for him and everyone else too.”
There was an outpouring of support in the comment section from fans and fellow participants of “The Voice”. “I’m sending you love and support,” Season 21 contestant Wendy Moten said
The group told fans their father’s health was declining while they were on “The Voice.”