2 Men Take The Stage For Duet, Silence Crowd With Powerful Rendition Of "You Raise Me Up"
Noelle Talmon 9/17/2017
Harrison Craig and Tim Moxley made a huge impression on the judges when they sang "You Raise Me Up" during the second season of The Voice: Australia. At the end of their duet, all four judges gave them a standing ovation, which was very well-deserved.
What made their performance particularly special is that Harrison has a stuttering problem. But when he sings, something incredible happens.
Harrison is very passionate about music, and his stutter disappears when gets on stage and belts out a song. His mother encouraged him to to take voice lessons and join a choir when he was younger, and it changed his life.
He was paired up with fellow competitor Tim during the battle round, and he nailed it with Josh Groban’s “You Raise Me Up." Fans and the judges absolutely loved the performance.
Everyone appeared to have sparkles in their eyes, as they watched the pair take the song to a whole new level. There's no question that the entire audience was covered in chills - especially when they hit the high notes perfectly.
In fact, even those who weren't sitting in the crowd have been blown away by their powerful rendition. One person commented on YouTube:
"My favourite duet on any competition show; so mellow and melodic."