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Johnny Rollins is a singer and current contestant on The Voice.
An accomplished percussionist on the domestic circuit and international stage with his band ‘Carter Rollins’, it is only now at the age of 29, that Johnny has found his voice as an R’n’B soul artist.
During his youth, Johnny showed promise as a talented high jumper until he broke his leg. This setback in sport motivated him to turn to music and he points to the careers of John Legend, Lenny Kravitz and Ben Harper as his musical role models. A definite crowd pleaser, Johnny still faces his biggest challenge on The Voice - to believe in himself and his unique new-found voice.
Johnny, age 29, auditioned for The Voice with a performance of Beneath Your Beautiful. He received a one chair spin, that being Kylie.
In the Showdowns he preformed 'All Of Me' and was sent into the live rounds.
In the first live round to preform 'Happy' by Pharrell Williams where he was saved by Kylie. He was voted into the bottom two by the public after the second live round, where he preformed 'Am I Wrong'. In the third live round Johnny preformed 'Stay With Me' where he received an instant save by the public, his performance achieved the respective ARIA chart position of No.50.
In the semi-finals Johnny preformed 'Kids' with Kat Jade before finally performing 'When a Man Loves a Woman' with the public sending him straight into the Grand Finale.