Richfield native eliminated from The Voice: 'I'm so grateful for the experience'

RICHFIELD - On Monday night, Richfield-native Hannah Mrozak, 19, was eliminated on NBC’s The Voice.

Though her time on the show may have ended, it’s just the beginning of her career.

“I’m so grateful for the experience,” Hannah said. “It was amazing. I’m excited now to share some of my own music. It will give you a better sense of who I am. Rather than singing songs that were given to me.”

Hannah plans to release a mini album soon of songs she wrote. For now, she’ll stay at home with family, and keep her job at Kohler Water’s Spa. 

“It is not cheap to record music and move and all of that,” she said. “Eventually I plan to move to Los Angeles. But for now, I think the smartest decision is to write music and record - and play music wherever I can, and as much as I can - and I can do all of that all from here. I have a really great job at Kohler. I plan to keep running this out until I am financially ready to go and start doing bigger things.”

And she’s hoping something might come from being seen by a national audience. 

“It would be great if someone reached out,” she said. “You never know who in the music industry is watching. So many doors open after doing shows like The Voice. I don’t know where my life is going to take me.”
 

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