Glasgow duo have the voices to succeed

Glasgow band Bosie are appearing on The Voice
Glasgow band Bosie are appearing on The Voice

A pair of budding singing superstars have won a place on a television talent show after wowing the four celebrity judges.

Glasgow-born Tayler Logan and Richard Graham (both 21), who perform under the Bosie, recently appeared on STV’s The Voice and won a place on Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale’s team.

The duo, who now live in East Renfrewshire, will now battle it out in the live television battle rounds in their bid for stardom.

It’s a dream come true for the pair, who only recently graduated from Glasgow’s Academy of Music and Sound.

The pair said: “The experience has been incredible so far. To be working with some of the most prominent musicians in the world means that we have had to step up our game.

“We were overwhelmed by the positive feedback from all four of the coaches. Will.I.Am commented that we are ‘harmony wizards’, Tom Jones told us he couldn’t wait to hear more from us and Jennifer Hudson said that our sound ́gave her goosebumps.

“Our coach Gavin Rossdale explained that he had been dreaming about a sound, and that the harmonies of Bosie was an ‘elixir’ to him.

“Gavin is the coach of coaches - he really makes you feel like you are the only people in the room.

“We are so grateful for the opportunity to work with someone who knows the harsh realities of the music world.

We have just released our first EP ‘Hey Young Blood’, and are so eager to be able to present our own music and show people that we can song write as well as sing.

“We feel privileged to represent our home country, and offer the world a taste of the vibrant and eclectic sound of what Scottish music is.”