Neil Salsich, Guitarist from St. Louis – The Voice Season 23

Neil Salsich is an American singer, songwriter, teacher and guitarist. He is best known for participating in NBC’s television singing reality show The Voice Season 23. The show is coached by Kelly Clarkson, Blake Shelton, Chance the Rapper and Niall Horan. He is originally from St. Louis.

Birth & Family

Neil Salsich born and brought up in St. Louis. He is 35-year-old. His mother’s name is Stephanie Craft Salsich. He has two younger sister named Lizzie Salsich and Maya Salsich.

Neil Salsich with his mother and sister Lizzie
Neil Salsich with his mother and sister Lizzie
Neil Salsich with younger sister Maya
Neil Salsich with younger sister Maya


A native of South St. Louis, Neil was interested in music from an early age. At the age of six, he figured out how to operate his dad’s stereo to listen to “Ramblin’ Man” on repeat.

Neil made his first musical performance at Hartford Coffee Company when he was just sixteen. In 2012, after returning from college, he formed Acoustics Anonymous, a band with dreams of performing locally.

Four years later, Neil changed the band name to The Mighty Pines, had taken the country by storm, selling out St. Louis’ The Old Rock House and infusing his genre-spanning music with elements of country, folk, bluegrass, funk, soul and jazz.

Salsich performed Hank Williams’ “Honky Tonk Blues” during The Voice Blind Auditions. He got four chair turn and later decided to join Team Blake.

When he’s not out performing his signature country twang with his band, you can find him singing his heart out in local restaurants, cafes and wine bars around town.