Contestant on "The Voice" Takes Cheap Trick Classic to The Country

Contestant on “The Voice” Takes Cheap Trick Classic to The Country

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Morgan Frazier moved to Nashville when she was 16-years-old to start her career as a country music singer and now spends two nights a week singing at Tootsies World Famous Orchid Lounge on Broadway.

Before moving to Nashville, Morgan recorded an album at age 9 and sold 30,000 copies door-to-door. And it looks like those days of door-to-door sales are over after this blind audition on “The Voice.”

Of course, Morgan chose #TeamBlake. Was there really any other option?

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