Joliet, Ill. – University of St. Francis (USF) student and WCSF 88.7 FM on-air talent Will Snydersmith recently interviewed Olivia Minogue, a contestant on season 24 of NBC’s The Voice

The in-studio interview, which covered how Minogue landed an audition for The Voice, what her experience on the show was like, exploring new foods, and her upcoming concert at The Forge in Joliet, aired on January 18, on Snydersmith’s weekly radio program, Locally Sourced.

Locally Sourced, a radio program featuring local Joliet area musical talent, airs Thursdays from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. CST on WCSF 88.7 FM. Snydersmith is a WCSF radio club member and a digital audio recording arts (DARA) major.

Olivia Minogue, a resident of Lockport, was a contestant on season 24 of NBC’s vocal competition show The Voice who, among several other projects, is currently collaborating with Alby Odum, an instructor of digital and recording arts at USF and music producer.

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