Harrison Craig has a problem of shuttering so bullies made him the prime target throughout his school life. Despite all the hardship he had to face his entire life, he has a great passion for his singing. And he didn’t let his shuttering problem get anywhere near his dream of becoming a singer.

Craig decided to show up in the blind audition of The Voice: Australia Season 2. And he no doubt blew everyone’s mind. He was able to pave his way towards his dream of being a singer through this competition.

In this video, Craig is joined by Tim Moxey, another eager competitor to perform Josh Groban’s “You Raise Me Up”. They both put an incredible effort throughout the show to land on that no.1 spot. In the end, however, Craig won the title.

Throughout this stunning performance, Seal, who mentored Craig in the competition couldn’t look up at the singers. He was just shaking his head in disbelief. When these guys ended their song, all the judges and the audiences gave them a standing ovation.

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  1. Wonderful voices — awesome and truly uplifting!! To whoever wrote the intro above, Harrison Craig may have a “stuttering” problem but not a “shuttering” problem. Shuttering is a form of window treatment. I hope you’ll correct this error.


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