'The Voice' to hold open auditions in Detroit
NBC's "The Voice" is looking for the next Joshua Davis.
The Michigan singer and Traverse City resident is currently in the finals of the smash singing competition, and the show will hold open auditions for its next season next month in Detroit.
The show will be scouting for talent June 13 and 14 at Cobo Center, according to the show's website. Prospective singers can register for the audition by creating an account at nbcthevoice.com.
Detroit is the first of four cities on "The Voice's" audition list. The show will also visit Oklahoma City, New York and Los Angeles.
Davis, the 37-year-old husband and father of two, will find out Tuesday night if he earned enough votes to win the show's eighth season championship. On Monday, he competed against fellow finalists Sawyer Fredericks, Koryn Hawthorne and Meghan Linsey for the show's crown.
Davis is a Michigan State University graduate who earned a loyal following as the lead singer of Lansing-based roots band Steppin' In It.
"The Voice" finale airs from 9-11 p.m. Tuesday, and will be preceded by a one-hour recap of the season.