Michigan has its second finalist on NBC's "The Voice" in a year.
Ann Arbor blues-rocker Laith Al-Saadi became one of the reality show's four finalists on Tuesday, May 17, after getting an "instant save" via Twitter from the viewing audience following his performance of Bob Dylan's "All Along the Watchtower." The rendition received a standing ovation from Al-Saadi's team coach Adam Levine and rival coach Pharrell Williams, with Levine declaring Al-Saadi "a tremendous singer."
Al-Saadi, 38, now goes up against Hannah Huston, Alisan Porter and Adam Wakefield on Monday, May 23, with the winners announced at 9 p.m. on Tuesday, May 24.
Fellow Michigander Joshua Davis was in "The Voice" finals a year ago, placing third.
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