Posted Dec 06, 2012By
With “The Voice” cameras in tow, Nicholas David Mrozinski returned to town Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012 to perform for his fans at the Mall of America. The 32-year-old St. Paul musician, who grew up in Eagan and goes by Nicholas David on the show, is one of “The Voice’s” most popular contestants.
There are many reasons falling for Mrozinski has been so easy. There’s the fact that he seems so comfortable in his own skin with his bushy beard and mismatched vintage suits; there’s the quiet confidence he exudes every time he takes the stage, and, most important, his smooth, rich voice making his delivery of everything from pop hits to R&B staples seem effortless.
Week after week, Mrozinski has consistently delivered above-average performances, whether he’s singing a Judy Garland classic or a Marvin Gaye favorite. And just this week, he snagged himself a spot in the TV singing competition’s Top 4.
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