Woman captivates room singing Disturb’s version of “Sound of Silence”

It’s hard to forget someone with a name like Tara Bloch-Vere.

Once you here Tara sing, you’ll definitely remember her.
She’s not your typical soft tone, siren type singer.

Hers is a low, rumbling, powerful voice that rises to a strong, solid tone.

On The Voice Norway, Tara grabs everyone’s attention with her unique style.

She sings Simon and Garfunkel’s “The Sound of Silence”, a song now known all over the world thanks to a resurgence and many covers.

Perhaps, the song’s most popular cover is by the rock band Disturbed.

Paul Simon wrote the song over a span of several months in 19963 and 1964.

The song was recorded for the album “Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M.” which was released on October 19, 1964.

The album was a commercial failure.

Simon and Garfunkel disbanded and went their own ways up until 1965 when the song began playing on the radio, leading to Tom Wilson, the song’s producer, to remix the track.

Paul and Art had no idea, but they soon reunited and got back in the studio.]