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Velvet voiced Jamison takes third on The Voice

Velvet voiced Jamison takes third on The Voice

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UPDATE: Chris Jamison finished third in last night’s finale of NBC’s The Voice.

On Monday night’s finale, each finalist song three songs: one duet with their coach (Adam Levine is Jamison’s coach), one original song complete with a music video that would be the performer’s first single, and one song picked by the coach. Jamison first sang “Lost Without U” with his coach, Adam Levine, then the original song, “Velvet”, and finished with Justin Timberlake’s “Cry Me a River.” By end of voting last night, his cover of “Lost Without U” and original song “Velvet”  were in the top five iTunes downloads.

And while he didn’t win (but he did, along with the other three finalists, win a new Nissan), he says it was “the best experience of my life.”

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Follow Jamison on Twitter at: @iamchrisjamison


Previously Dec. 10, 2014

iTunes isn’t the only thing this Columbus crooner is crushing

Columbus crooner Chris Jamison has made it the final four of NBC’s The Voice and will be in next week’s finale. His performances of “Sugar” by Maroon 5 (whose lead singer Adam Levin is not only a judge on the show, but also Jamison’s coach) and “When I Was Your Man” by Bruno Mars were also in the top 10 downloads for iTunes. Jamison and the other top four contestants will sing live on Monday Dec. 15, with the winner being revealed on Dec. 16.

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Follow Jamison on Twitter at: @iamchrisjamison


Previously Dec. 3, 2014

Sexual Healing Works for Cbus Crooner

Capital University student Chris Jamison is on the Top 5 of NBC’s The Voice. Jamison sang Sexual Healing and was praised by his coach, Adam Levine of Maroon 5 for his performance.

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