Sky's the limit for Alabama singing firefighter Ducote Talmage after 'The Voice'

  • Source: Montgomery Advertiser - Metered Site
  • Published: 04/19/2024 12:00 AM

Whether or not Auburn’s singing firefighter has a hit to rise up the charts one day, look up in the sky. You might see him soaring another way. “I like to have realistic goals for myself, and one of those is to become a pilot,” said Ducote Talmage, who until recently was a contestant on NBC’s singing competition “The Voice.” The 20-year-old country and Southern rock singer is attending community college in Opelika and plans to attend Auburn University. Between fire training and a journey to Los Angeles for the show, Talmage admits that he’s somewhat behind but plans to study aviation management — the business side of aviation. “I’m actually planning on attending flight school in Montgomery in the next couple of months,” Talmage said. Most people coming off of a music competition show like this would be looking to release a new project or start their own tour, while the fame fire is still hot. That’s not necessarily true for Talmage. In fact, he’s not sure he truly considers himself a singer.


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