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EDITORS’ NOTES

Purchases of eligible singles from 8:00 p.m. ET, Monday, April 23 to 7:00 a.m. ET, Tuesday, May 22, will count toward the cumulative votes for each artist in the finale. Only your first purchase of an artist’s eligible song counts as a vote. And you can now also vote in the cumulative vote by streaming your favorite artist’s eligible songs on Apple Music. Be sure to tune into Season 14 of The Voice on Monday nights to find out which songs are eligible for voting. For full voting rules, visit nbc.com/voicevoterules.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Purchases of eligible singles from 8:00 p.m. ET, Monday, April 23 to 7:00 a.m. ET, Tuesday, May 22, will count toward the cumulative votes for each artist in the finale. Only your first purchase of an artist’s eligible song counts as a vote. And you can now also vote in the cumulative vote by streaming your favorite artist’s eligible songs on Apple Music. Be sure to tune into Season 14 of The Voice on Monday nights to find out which songs are eligible for voting. For full voting rules, visit nbc.com/voicevoterules.

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About Britton Buchanan

A self-declared fan of musicians including Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen, and Paul Simon, singer and songwriter Britton Buchanan first found the national spotlight with his runner-up finish on the U.S. version of The Voice in 2018. His original song "Where You Come From," which he performed on the season finale, was a streaming hit that reached the Top 15 of Billboard's Hot Digital Songs chart.

Hailing from Sanford, North Carolina, Buchanan chose the guitar and musical theater over sports at a young age, and was playing in a cover band by the age of 13. A year later, he won a songwriting contest that awarded him the chance to record with John Davenport, who'd engineered albums for marquee names like Springsteen and the Rolling Stones.

When the 14th season of TV singing competition The Voice began airing in February 2018, viewers saw a 17-year-old Buchanan audition with Ray LaMontagne's "Trouble," accompanying himself on guitar. Coaches Kelly Clarkson, Alicia Keys, Adam Levine, and Blake Shelton were unanimous in their praise, and as Buchanan advanced through the finale under the tutelage of Keys, he performed songs made famous by Ed Sheeran, John Mellencamp, and Billy Joel, among others.

He took second place during the May finale, where he performed "Good Lovin'" by the Young Rascals, Avicii's "Wake Me Up" (a duet with Keys), and his own original ballad, "Where You Come From." The latter debuted at number 15 on Billboard's chart for digital song sales. Buchanan returned home from L.A. after the finale to finish high school.

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Rock
BORN
January 7, 2000

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