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Tyler James The Voice Audition Video
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Tyler James On The BBC’s The Voice Audition Video
Around 12 to 13 years old, Tyler James met Amy Winehouse at the Sylvia Young School and they have been best friends and inseparable until Amy’s death last July.
On this BBC’s The Voice audition video, Tyler James talks about how he and Amy were like two peas in a pod, two halves of the same person. How Amy is there with him at his audition, but it’s about him finding his own feet through music and singing with a lot riding on it.
Tyler’s version of Otis Redding’s “Dock Of The Bay” won Will.i.am’s vote for Tyler to be on his team. Good luck Tyler James, we’re sure your friend Amy is watching over you.
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