THE Voice's Latino crooner C-Major needs Fairfield residents to get behind him in his push to win the competition.
Having grown up in Fairfield, the solo singer had produced music with Australian artists Timomatic and Stan Walker before making it onto the Channel Nine show.
The 28-year-old, whose full name is Carlos Valazquez has strong local links.
His father Leo works as a cleaner at Bonnyrigg Public School and his mum Sue works at Woolworths in Bonnyrigg Plaza.
Bonnyrigg Public School assistant principal Narelle Nies said Leo was a well-loved figure at the school.
"He's been part of the team for a long time and he sings throughout his day here," Ms Nies said.
"This is the second time the school has been linked with a singing success story.
"We also had two members of the Australian girl band Mahogany teaching with us too."
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