A New York State Trooper battled for his spot on The Voice. How did he do?

New Hartford native Tom Nitti is known for his musical talents in Central New York. From singing the National Anthem at official NYSP events to performing country hits and original music at venues around the area. Now his voice is being heard around the country.

Blind Audition

Nitti put a country spin on Stevie Wonder's "Signed, Sealed Delivered" for his blind audition. Reba pushed her button at the very last second to claim Nitti for her team.

"Something in my gut said turn your chair around. I'm just thrilled to pieces you're on my team. We're going to make beautiful music together."

WATCH: Tom Nitti Blind Audition

Credit - The Voice/Youtube
Credit - The Voice/Youtube

Battle Round

Nitti and Dylan Carter battled it out to remain on Team Reba, performing Cody Johnson's 'Til You Can't.'

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The performance gave coach Nial Horan 'goosebumps.' He was a fan of Nitti's gravley voice and how relaxed he looked while on stage.

"I appreciate that a lot because I'm shaking in my boots."

In the end, Reba chose to keep Nitti on her team.

Watch Nitti's Voice Journey

You can watch Nitti's journey on Season 24 of The Voice when the award-winning reality singing competition airs on NBC on Monday and Tuesday nights at 8.

You can also check out his talents on FacebookInstagramTikTok, and Tomnittimusic.com.

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Gallery Credit: Vinnie Martone

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