Apparently “Team Blake” from “The Voice” had some extra free time this week.
Brad Paisley joined coach Blake Shelton has the celebrity mentor.
The two country superstars took a break from mentoring to pay homage to country legend George Strait and his 1985 hit “The Fireman.” With two guitars in hand, the two sounded amazing and gave the artists-in-training something wonderful to look up to… including front-runner Tyler Dickerson.
Dickerson, a member of “Team Blake” and a once Nashville insider known ‘as the next Travis Tritt,’ wowed Shelton with his rendition of “Hard to Handle.” “I got signed at 15 and [Big and Rich’s] John Rich became my manager and producer. When I was out on tour I got a call and it was the president of the label saying they were closing down,” Dickerson told the crowd after getting Shelton to turn his chair for him. “After that, I got into a bad car accident and flipped my van over five times and you know, I had it all and it was all taken away, but now I am here and this is my second chance.”