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Monday Night Brewing bartender Micah Iverson will appear on NBC's 'The Voice'

Micah Iverson’s performance of Kodaline’s 'All I Want' will air during Monday night’s episode of the hit singing competition show.

ATLANTA — A local bartender has hit made his way to primetime TV after landing a blind audition on NBC’s "The Voice.”

Micah Iverson’s performance of Kodaline’s “All I Want” will air during Monday night’s episode of the hit singing competition show.

“I love this already,” singer Kelly Clarkson said at the beginning of Iverson’s rendition. She was the first judge to turn around for the singer.

Nick Jonas and Blake Shelton then turned around for Iverson.

Iverson, who revealed he originally is from Tokyo, Japan, is currently a bartender at Monday Night Brewing in Atlanta.

The company’s social media account posted well wishes to the rising star on Monday.

“Not only does our beertender Micah pour a perfect pint, he also has perfect pitch. Or pipes. Or something like that, we didn't take music class in high school. Anyway, catch him tonight on NBC's The Voice to see if his dulcet tones make one of the judges turn around! We're secretly hoping it's that dreamy Nick Jonas,” the company posted in Facebook.

The alt rock singer has a lot to be smiling about. Iverson had 3 out of 4 judges try to convince him to be under their leadership for upcoming battle rounds.

"I've won this show six times with rock artists, pop, with soul, R & B, country. People love the weirdness of someone like you, someone like me, teaming up breaking the rules," Shelton said. "Just pick me."

Clarkson, who has an all-female start to picking her mentees on The Voice, said that Iverson could be the first male on her squad.

Luckily, he made the right choice of going to her team, a broadcast of the show revealed.


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