Nicholas David to headline Duluth's Fourth Fest Celebration

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Eagan singer Nicholas David is going to bring his acclaimed "Voice" to Duluth's Fourth Fest Celebration on the 4th of July, the Duluth News Tribune reports.

David has been busy ever since placing third on NBC's "The Voice" last December.

Most recently, he reunited with several Season 3 contestants from the reality competition to play a pair of gigs at First Avenue in Minneapolis.

The singer, whose real name is Nicholas David Mrozinski, talked with the Pioneer Press about his life after the voice before his First Avenue gigs.

David will actually be the third "Voice" competitor to grace the Bayfront stage: Season 1 contestants Beverly McClellan and Vicci Martinez both have have played the Bayfront Blues Festival.

See video of David performing the Joe Cocker classic "You are So Beautiful" on "The Voice" below.

Also, see video below of David performing the Barry White classic "You're the First, the Last, My Everything" on "The Voice."

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