Michigan Man Gets Picked By Nick Jonas on ‘The Voice’
Bradley Sinclair quit his job at Apple to try and get his big music break, and it may have just happened on The Voice.
Bradley is originally from Rockford Michigan, which is a small town on the west side of the state. Bradley blew the judges away with his rendition of the James Arthur hit, 'Say You Won't Let Go.' Bradley is currently living in Nashville, and decided it was time to go all in on his music career. He quit his job at Apple and landed an audition on The Voice.
The judges were all extremely impressed with Bradley, and all of them gave his performance a solid breakdown. Check out what each of the judges had to say below:
You’re range is serious. The beginning of the song you’re singing these deep baritone notes, and then you have to go up into the stratosphere with that song, too. Hearing you do all of that with so much skill was very impressive.
I love your voice. I love the passion in it, and I want to remind you that I turned my chair around first.
When you were just being absolutely yourself, when you went from the raspy tone to sort of more the pure tone, it felt really good. It just kind of settled in. You’ve got an amazing foundation vocally to build on
In the end it was up to Bradley to choose which coach he would follow since more than one coach turned their chair around. Bradley ended up joining Nick Jonas and the two joked about possibly doing some Jonas Brothers music in the later rounds.
There's nothing better than seeing Michiganders doing big things. We will definitely be watching Bradley progress on The Voice, and rooting for him every step of the way.
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