GOLDEN GATE XPRESS -- The stage is dark. One spotlight lights the stage as her country-infused vocals begin to fill the room. In front of her sit four judges who hold her fate. She can’t see them and they can’t see her. Her voice is her only asset, the only thing that can persuade them to turn around.
Luckily, for senior SF State BECA student, Megan Rose, her voice was more than enough to grab the attention of Miley Cyrus and Adam Levine during her audition for NBC’s The Voice.
“It’s literally the most nerve wracking thing I’ve ever done in my entire life,” said Rose, a San Ramon native.
According to Rose this audition, which has garnered over half a million views on YouTube, has been a long time coming.
“The first time I realized I wanted to make [singing] a career — I think I was 3 — I just remember being obsessed with Britney Spears,” she said.