Knoxville, TN -- (ReleaseWire) -- 05/07/2014 -- Twelve outstanding singers assembled for the final round of Knoxville Wild Wings Café‘s Voice Off competition on Sunday, May 4, 2014, but only one could emerge victorious. By the narrowest of margins, R&B sensation Tomi Robb took home the honors, the $1,000 cash prize, and a recording session at SoKnox Studios sponsored by DigiTrax Entertainment worth $3,500.
It was not a walk in the park for Robb, who was pushed to her limits by the field of eleven other competitors, each of whom brought both their natural talent and their “A-game” to the packed house. Joining Robb in the Top Five were first runner-up Emily Struble and second runner-up Renee Maggart, along with Dylan Snowden and Cameron Dickerson.
"We're exceptionally proud of all the contestants," stated David Grimes, Marketing/Public Relations Manager for DigiTrax Entertainment. "It was our pleasure to help sponsor the Voice Off and we can't wait to begin working with Tomi on her upcoming studio project."
DigiTrax Entertainment is an avid supporter of local artists and musicians. They have sponsored previous talent competitions in the Knoxville, TN area, including Knoxville Unplugged, produced by Mornings with Fox 43. DTE is also a proponent of the South Knoxville Foundation, joining other local businesses in the revitalization and redevelopment of the South Knoxville area.
About DigiTrax Entertainment
DTE is the world's most innovative karaoke producer and distributor, with flagship consumer products like Karaoke Cloud and B2B integration with such high-profile partners as PCDJ Karaoki, Virtual DJ, kJams and CompuHost. Located in the idyllic foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, DTE is dedicated to bringing the best in new music and interactive music products to the karaoke world.