Julia Roome is an American Songwriter and Singer, who has been performing since she was in second grade. She released her first original single “Steel Glass” when she was 10, and then climbed her way up to number 9 on the ITunes Charts with her first original EP “I’m Gunna” at age 11.
At age 12, Julia began her professional career by touring up and down the east coast from New York to Key West Florida, Nashville, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey performing as many gigs as she could fit into her schedule. Julia grew up competing in sports, so she also loves to perform her version of Our National Anthem before major sporting events.
At age 13, Julia was the youngest contestant on this season 24 of NBC's "The Voice". Julia may be the youngest in the competition, but she has already accomplished so much in her life. Her recent chair turn on “The Voice” Season 24, and currently airing, has her on Team Niall Horan. She’s also gigging several times a month, singing the national anthem, and has performed in both an off Broadway play and many regional ones as well. Julia only lives a little over an hour from New York City, so she’s had an opportunity to sing at the Friars Club, as well as amateur night at The World Famous Apollo Theatre (where she’s won twice!). Keegan Ferrell, a “Voice” Season 20 Voice contestant, noticed her on social media when her original EP reached number 9 on the the iTunes charts, prompting him to work with Julia to continue building a portfolio of original music. Their first song together “Childhood” garnered a massive amount of attention and has the most streams to date. When Julia isn’t gigging or recording, she’s writing new original music. Julia is extremely competitive and played travel Softball and Soccer as well as being an Olympic Downhill ski racing hopeful, before deciding to focus more on music.