A "The Voice" favorite just brought the heat with this Tim McGraw boot stomper YouTube/The Voice screenshot

If there is one star that comes to life when he’s onstage its Team Adam contender, Josh Gallagher.

The country music hopeful who appeared in the Top 10 on a Nov. 28 episode of “The Voice” paid homage to the show’s former key adviser, Tim McGraw by covering his smash hit, “Real Good Man.”

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During rehearsals Josh expressed that the song “really embodies what I want to do as an artist.” And, he proved that by flaunting some major confidence!

Once Josh appeared onstage on a riser amid the bright lights, he showed the coaches that it was exactly where he was meant to be. He worked the studio audience with his presence and southern charm, as he made his way down a staircase. He even spotlighted the band members who fed off of his high adrenaline. During a magnificent violin solo, billows of smoke exploded out of multiple machines. And, boy was it hot!

“That was fantastic!” said coach Alicia Keys enthusiastically about Josh’s energy, “I just felt like you were really in your element. It always felt like you were right in your skin controlling the energy in yourself, and it felt really solid. I loved watching you perform this.”

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“You’ve been really consistent throughout,” added Adam Levine, “but tonight a country star was on that stage doing that. That was amazing.”

Indeed, it was!

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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