Kenzie Wheeler Brings The ’90s Country With Tracy Byrd And George Strait Covers On ‘The Voice’ Finale

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This Kenzie Wheeler kid is damn good…

The 20-year-old The Voice contestant can definitely dress the part, with that badass mullet that takes you straight back to ’90s, and he’s got the vocals to back it up. His deep voice sounds well older than his age, to say the least.

He’s blown the roof off the place multiple times with covers of hit songs like Red Dirt Road, “He Stopped Loving Her Today,” and “Don’t Close Your Eyes,” and after last nights performances at the Finale, he’s upped his game another notch.

He performed Tracy Byrd’s 1995 hit “Keeper of the Stars,” and also George Strait’s 1993 banger, “Heartland,” from his Pure Country soundtrack.

Now we all know winners and final contestants of these shows don’t have the best track records (with the exception of a few), but this kid might just be what country needs:

An old soul to bring back that rockin’ sound of good ol’ ’90s country.

“The Keeper Of The Stars”


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