Straalen McCallum: The Australian Boy with an Angelic Voice

At just 18 years old, Straalen McCallum has already made a name for himself as an international singer with fans all over the world. But his journey to success started when he was just 12 years old, appearing on Australia’s Channel 7 The Morning Show for Christmas Eve eight years ago.

It was during that appearance that Straalen delivered one of the best renditions of the Leonard Cohen classic “Hallelujah” that anyone had ever heard. Everyone watching was mesmerized by his beautiful, angelic voice, which effortlessly covered the broad range of notes in the song.

” Hallelujah” is a song known for its powerful lyrics and awe-inspiring chorus, and has been covered by countless artists over the years. But when Straalen McCallum sings it, it truly becomes something special. His voice is rich and pure, and his talent is undeniable.

In an old interview, Straalen explained that his family realized his musical talent when he was just three years old. He has since honed his skills on guitar, drums, and piano, showcasing his versatility as a musician.

As someone who was initially skeptical when hearing Straalen’s first few lines of “Hallelujah,” I was blown away by his performance as the song continued to build. It’s clear that Straalen is a talented and gifted young star, with a bright future ahead of him in the music industry.

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