Stop. What's that sound? It's the sound of hometown support for Sawyer Fredericks on 'The Voice' semi-finals. The Fultonville teen performed 'For What It's Worth' by Buffalo Springfield for his first song choice, impressing all four judges.

Adam Levine was hard pressed to find the words that haven't already been said about Fredericks. "You did that song justice. I'm a fan of yours."

Fredericks coach Pharrell said "I measure your performance based on how I feel." Then he asked the crowd, "how did you feel?" To answer, they broke into loud applause.


After Fredericks second performance of 'A Thousand Years,' Blake Shelton even admitted, "You're clearly the front runner."

To keep Sawyer in the competition, you need to vote and there are five ways you can show your support.

Five ways to vote:

1. 10 votes on The Voice App
2. 10 votes at 855-864-2305
3. 10 votes by texting 5 to 8642
4. 10 votes at
5. 1 Vote for every iTunes download -If song reaches top 10 on the iTunes Top 200 Chart at the close of voting, all iTunes votes are Multiplied by 10

Find out if Sawyer makes The Voice finale tomorrow night at 8 on NBC.


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