NBC’s The Voice returned on Monday night for the third round of blind auditions, and coach Blake Shelton added three new members to his team — Morgan Frazier, Chris Crump, and 21-year-old Tyler Dickerson.
Dickerson hails from Denham Springs, LA and has been working in the music industry for an number of years. Before he had even entered middle school, he was signed to a label and managed by Big & Rich’s John Rich. Unfortunately, the label he was signed to went under and he had to start all over again.
The Louisiana native took on Otis Redding’s “Hard To Handle,” getting Shelton to hit his button and turn his chair around.
Watch Tyler Dickerson perform “Hard To Handle” below.
Dickerson joins Frazier and Crump, along with night one and two auditions – Blind Joe, Zach Seabaugh, Emily Ann Roberts, Nadjah Nicole and Barrett Baber.
The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8/7c on NBC.