The third season of The Voice boasted a strong slate of contenders, but none were as accomplished or as singularly unusual as Saint Paul, Minn.’s Nicholas Mrozinski. By the time Mrozinski made the cut to appear on the 2012 edition of the NBC vocal competition program, the soulful hippie had already put out several releases on his own label (including his 2004 debut, Four Legged Light, and 2008’s The Sacred Play of Life) and earned the nickname “The Feelin’,” also the name of his longtime band.
Further distinguishing himself among the field of young hopefuls, the early-30s Mrozinski was married with two kids (plus a third on the way), and was taking a break from his active gigging schedule for a shot on The Voice. Read more about Mrozinski in this week's Sound Advice.
See Nicholas David with Dawg Yawp Thursday at Woodward Theater. More info/tickets: woodwardtheater.com.