Her voice fits the song perfectly, and I’ve never heard a female singer perform this version of it before.
It is difficult to forget someone with a name as memorable as Tara Bloch-Vere. You won’t be able to forget Tara after you hear her sing even just once.
She sings in a siren-like style, which is unusual for a vocalist with such a lovely tone.Her tone is resolute and unwavering, and her voice is strong, low, and rumbling.
Tara has been able to hold the interest of everyone watching The Voice Norway with her own flair.
She performs ‘The Sound of Silence’ by Simon and Garfunkel, a song that has gained worldwide fame as a result of its resurrection and the numerous variations that have been recorded of it.
The rock group Disturbed may have performed their rendition of the song more frequently than any other group.
The song’s words and music were written by Paul Simon over the period of several months in the years 1963 and 1964.
On October 19, 1964, the album ‘Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M.’ was published, and the song was originally written for it.Sales of the album were a complete and total failure.
Tom Wilson, the song’s producer, decided to change the song’s music when Simon and Garfunkel split up and went their own ways in 1965.
The song originally started playing on the radio in the same year.While they were oblivious of the situation, Paul and Art quickly regrouped and entered the studio.