Local trio The Koi Boys rock The Voice

Everyone is still raving about The Koi Boys’ audition on The Voice on Monday night. The Gold Coast trio sang a rendition of 1954 hit Sh-Boom by The Chords on the hit tv show, and managed to get all four judges turn their chairs. They were also the first ever trio to appear on the show.

Originally hailing from New Zealand, Nuz Ngatai, Kevin Keepa and Danny Faifa have been impressing locals with their smooth sound for years, performing regularly at Koi in Broadbeach, as well as at corporate functions around the city.

Speaking 1029 Hot Tomato’s Flan Emily Jade this morning, the boys said they have been blown away by the response they have received since appearing on the show. “We were just hoping for one chair,” Danny said. “They enjoyed it. Singing, performing and smiling just comes naturally to us.”


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Emily Jade told Danny that she predicts the trio could be crowned the winners of this year’s competition. Danny responded: “Look, we will be trying hard.”

Danny also revealed the boys will still be performing in the Broadbeach area while they are filming The Voice, which is great news for locals wanting to see them in action.

Check out Flan & Emily Jade’s full chat with The Koi Boys below:

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