Since winning 'The Voice,' Sawyer Fredericks has returned home to Fultonville, New York where he thanked his fans who helped him win. He stopped in to a number of local businesses to show his appreciation and shared some of the pictures on his Facebook page.
UPDATE: AS predicted, Sawyer brings home the win on The Voice. Sawyer Fredericks has been the frontrunner on this season of 'The Voice' since his blind audition. We'll find out if the Fultonville teen will bring home the win tonight, but it's just a foregone conclusion at this poi…
Sawyer Fredericks débuted his single 'Please' on 'The Voice' finals. Not only did the Fultonville teen perform the original song written by his idol Ray LaMontagne, he included a video to go with it. After hearing it, you'll say 'more please.'
It's a big night for Fultonville's Sawyer Fredericks who performs for America's vote for the last time on 'The Voice' finals tonight. The teen takes a look back at his whirlwind journey since his blind audition.
Stop. What's that sound? It's the sound of hometown support for Sawyer Fredericks on 'The Voice' semi-finals. The Fultonville teen performed 'For What It's Worth' by Buffalo Springfield for his first song choice, impressing all four judges.
Sawyer Fredericks returned home to what may be a record crowd for 'The Voice.' Thousands packed the Fonda Speedway for the Fultonville teen's rally. Hundred more lined the streets, waving signs for the parade that appropriately carried Fredericks in on a horse drawn carriage.
Sawyer Fredericks is coming home. The 16 year-old Fultonville teen has put central New York on the map as his unique talent continues to capture America's hearts on 'The Voice.' Fredericks will return to his roots for a rally at Fonda Speedway and a concert at the Palace theater.