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article imageInterview: Catching up with Billy Gilman: 'The Voice' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Oct 7, 2016 in Music
Country star Billy Gilman chatted with me about his experience on the latest season of "The Voice," where he is mentored by Adam Levine.
"It has been a crazy ride," GiIman said. "It has been a fantastic couple of months. All is well."
On his "When We Were Young" audition for The Voice, he said, "I was literally scared to death, since you never know how America is going to feel, so to get the reception I received so far is pretty amazing. I'm really grateful for everything."
Gilman had nothing but the kindest remarks for his coach and mentor Adam Levine. "Adam has been great. When he started to explain his thoughts about my situation when I was standing on that stage, it blew me away how fast he got it. I'm very honored that he understood that we might have a fight. He has been very supportive and he is a superstar," Gilman said.
On his future plans, he said, "We are riding this crazy opportunity to the fullest. The battle rounds are coming up on The Voice and I am living this moment."
Gilman listed Barbra Streisand as his dream female duet choice in life. "I wouldn't be able to sing. I would be speechless," he said. "Barbra uses her voice as an instrument as part of an orchestra. It's really remarkable. It's kind of amazing. She is No. 1 for me."
He also shared that aside from music, cooking is another passion that is dear to his heart.
For more information on country singer Billy Gilman, check out his Facebook page.
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