Hoseah Partsch

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Hoseah Partsch is a New Zealand-Australian singer-songwriter who was the runner-up of the sixth series of The Voice Australia in 2017 behind the winner Judah Kelly.[1] Partsch was signed to Universal Music Australia and released “Paper Planes” which peaked at number 35 on the ARIA charts. Partsch toured with Culture Club in 2017.
Hoseah Partsch was born in Auckland, New Zealand as one of four children. He shared one bedroom with his siblings. The family moved to Australia at the end of 2011 and resides in Cranbourne West, Victoria, Australia and attended Dandenong High School. Partsch taught himself to play piano.[2][3][4]

 

In 2017 Partsch auditioned for the sixth season of The Voice Australia. In his blind audition, all four chairs were turned and joined team Boy George. Partsch made it to the grand finale and ultimately placed runner-up.

Immediately following the show, Partsch was signed to Universal Music Australia and released “Paper Planes“. The song peaked at number 35 on the ARIA charts with 5147 sales. [5]

Following the show, Boy George asked Partsch if he would join Culture Club on their national tour in December. [6][7] Since October 2017, Bartsch has modelled with menswear brand Johnny Bigg.

Growing up as a teenager in South Auckland was difficult for Hoseah Partsch.

The 19-year-old was raised, the oldest of four kids, by a single mum in the large, tight-knit Samoan community of Otara.

Their family had very little money, and several members were confined to a one bedroom apartment.

“My grandparents would be in the bedroom… My siblings would be in the sitting room… So it was pretty rough, but that didn’t stop us from living life and being happy,” Mr Partsch told SBS News.

Partsch’s family moved to Australia in 2011. But it wasn’t until the end of 2016 that he sang in public for the first time – an impromptu performance at a choral event at Melbourne’s Dandenong High School.

Life dramatically changed for Mr Partsch, after he came second in singing contest The Voice in July 2017.

The musician was placed under the mentorship of global singer-songwriter Boy George.

“For someone like Boy George, an international music icon, to have faith in a kid from Auckland, that meant everything to me,” Mr Partsch said.

His runner-up single Paper Planes was pushed straight to #3 on the Australian iTunes chart and climbed the iTunes Chart in the UK.

 

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