America votes: Eagan singer goes for glory on 'The Voice'

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The end is near. After a long, drawn-out season, Eagan musician Nicholas David competes with two other finalists to become the winner in the latest run of the reality show "The Voice," in a two-night finale Monday and Tuesday.

The charismatic David has wowed audiences with soulful performances that included "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" and "Lean on Me."

The Pioneer Press interviews David's mother, Jennifer Mrozinski, who talks about how David as a teenager would play piano and sing her a song before bed.

Monday's show is at 7 p.m. The audience can vote from 8:25 p.m. CT Monday to Tuesday at 9 a.m. Here's what you need to know about how the voting works, according to MSP Magazine blogger Tad Simmons.

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Here'a a few parting thoughts from David about his competition this season:

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