“THE VOICE”: Sawyer Fredericks Plays “For What It’s Worth”

Monday night (May 11) in the live semi-finals of NBC-TV’s “The Voice” singing competition, Fultonville farmboy Sawyer Fredericks dug into the ’60s vintage Buffalo Springfield rock anthem “For What It’s Worth” (chosen for him by his coach Pharrell Williams) and then brought it up to date with an intimate but powerful rendition of Christina Perri’s “A Thousand Years.”

The show also featured footage of Fredericks homecoming visit last week at his family’s farm, the Fonda Speedway and Albany’s Palace Theatre.

It’s almost impossible to imagine that Fredericks will be sent home after those performances, (coach Blake Shelton hailed him as “clearly the frontrunner”), but the competition is getting mighty tough, and you never know what can happen.

Voting is open through 12noon on Tuesday (May 12). And we’ll find out the results on “the Voice” at 8pm…

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