The winner of "The Voice" plays his original song on a Bourgeois OMSC guitar at The Music Emporium in Massachusetts.
May 05, 2016
Singer-songwriter Sawyer Fredricks won the eighth season of The Voice in 2015, at 16 years of age. After auditioning with his version of "A Man of Constant Sorrow," Sawyer peppered the competition with rootsy performances of songs by Credence Clearwater Revival, Al Green, Ray LaMontange, Neil Young, and others, most often playing a Bourgeois acoustic guitar.
Now on tour promoting his debut album A Good Storm, Sawyer recently stopped by The Music Emporium in Lexington, MA, to play his original song "Any of My Trouble" on his Bourgeois OMSC. This guitar was a gift from his fans, known as #TeamSawyer.
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