Terry McDermott rocked the house on ‘The Voice’ tonight (Nov. 12) with his powerful version of Boston’s ‘More Than a Feeling.’ He may not have been born in the U.S., but it’s clear that Americans can relate to him like he’s one of their own. “It’s extremely surreal to know that America has voted for a Scottish guy,” McDermott said.
'The Voice' battle rounds are finally upon us this season, and not only does this mean the contestants will get cut in half, but the new "steal" rule has us pretty stoked. Each coach is allowed two steals, giving a previously eliminated contestant during the battle rounds a second chance to get to the finals.
35-year-old Scottish singer-songwriter Terry McDermott brought in tonight’s Season 3 premiere of ‘The Voice’ with a bang. After the judges kicked off the season's first episode with their own version of the Rolling Stones’ ‘Start Me Up,’ McDermott delivered a stunning rendition of the Who’s ‘Teenage Wasteland’ and quickly won over Cee Lo, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton.