Tuesday, November 20, 2012

'The Voice' Top 10 Interviews: Terry McDermott and Dez Duron...

Scottish singer Terry McDermott auditioned for The Voice with a track from The Who, catching the ears of three of the coaches and millions of viewers. From there he continued down the path of classic rock with Kansas' "Carry on My Wayward Son" during the Battle Rounds, and then "More Than a Feeling" and "Summer of '69" during the first two major live shows. Though the songs are not your typical Top 40 fare these days, McDermott finds a timeless element to them that he hopes to instill in the newer, younger audience... [MORE]

Dez Duron looks like he should have starred in Pitch Perfect. The former Yale athlete commands the stage just as well as he must have the football field back during his collegiate days. But Duron is not just a boy band wonder, only able to hit on a very specific register. Already on season three of The Voice he has showed off impressive range, channeling a number of his inspirations from R&B greats to more jazzy crooners. And Duron isn't ready to stop there.... [MORE]

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