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Harrison Craig takes stage, brings house down when he flawlessly sings "You Raise Me Up"

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Harrison Craig  takes stage, brings house down when he flawlessly sings ‘You Raise Me Up’ 

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.

According to Share Tap, it was not just the breathtaking pipes on these two men that granted the standing ovation. It was also the fact that Harrison stutters when he speaks. When he sings, however, his stuttering problem takes a backseat.

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Share Tap noted that Harrison is very passionate when it comes to music. The combination of his passion and his stutter disappearing resulted in his mother encouraging him to take singing lessons. In time, he proceeded to join a choir. Music changed Harrison’s life.

He paired up with Tim during the battle round.

The two decided to sing “You Raise Me Up” by Josh Groban. Both the judges and the audience agreed the performance was spectacular. As they hit the high notes, everyone in the room felt chills.

People can’t stop talking about the performance.

Published in April 2013, the video titled “Harrison Craig And Tim Moxey Sing You Raise Me Up: The Voice Australia Season 2” has nearly 8 million views. In the 2,000 comments, viewers have pretty mixed feelings as far as who thinks Tim Moxley is the better singer and who prefers Harrison Craig.

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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:

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While the pair both did very well in the competition, Harrison ended up as the winner. Following the show, his cover of "Unchained Melody" hit the number-two spot on the music charts.
He has released three albums since 2013. This is certainly a memorable performance that is touching hearts worldwide.
Fans love their rendition and even more have flocked to Harrison's team. You'll need to hear it for yourself.

Where are they now?

According to Tim Moxey’s blog, he released a new single titled “The Kind Of Man” in April 2017. He revealed it is a personal song about coping with the life and death of his father. Fans can keep track of Tim on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.


According to Harrison Craig’s website, the singer is on tour until the end of the year with performances across Australia. Fans can follow Harrison’s career on TwitterFacebookand Instagram.


Many believe Harrison Craig and Tim Moxey have bright futures in the music industry. Their fans cannot wait to see where they go from here.

Harrison has said he has been influenced by many artists from different genres, including Elvis Presley, Andrea Bocelli, Michael Buble and Nat King Cole. His music can be categorized  as "popera."

Check out Harrison and Tim's incredible performance below.



Harrison Craig  takes stage, brings house down when he flawlessly sings ‘You Raise Me Up’ 

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.

According to Share Tap, it was not just the breathtaking pipes on these two men that granted the standing ovation. It was also the fact that Harrison stutters when he speaks. When he sings, however, his stuttering problem takes a backseat.

YouTube

Share Tap noted that Harrison is very passionate when it comes to music. The combination of his passion and his stutter disappearing resulted in his mother encouraging him to take singing lessons. In time, he proceeded to join a choir. Music changed Harrison’s life.

He paired up with Tim during the battle round.

The two decided to sing “You Raise Me Up” by Josh Groban. Both the judges and the audience agreed the performance was spectacular. As they hit the high notes, everyone in the room felt chills.

People can’t stop talking about the performance.

Published in April 2013, the video titled “Harrison Craig And Tim Moxey Sing You Raise Me Up: The Voice Australia Season 2” has nearly 8 million views. In the 2,000 comments, viewers have pretty mixed feelings as far as who thinks Tim Moxley is the better singer and who prefers Harrison Craig.

YouTube

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:

YouTube

While the pair both did very well in the competition, Harrison ended up as the winner. Following the show, his cover of "Unchained Melody" hit the number-two spot on the music charts.
He has released three albums since 2013. This is certainly a memorable performance that is touching hearts worldwide.
Fans love their rendition and even more have flocked to Harrison's team. You'll need to hear it for yourself.

Where are they now?

According to Tim Moxey’s blog, he released a new single titled “The Kind Of Man” in April 2017. He revealed it is a personal song about coping with the life and death of his father. Fans can keep track of Tim on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.


According to Harrison Craig’s website, the singer is on tour until the end of the year with performances across Australia. Fans can follow Harrison’s career on TwitterFacebookand Instagram.


Many believe Harrison Craig and Tim Moxey have bright futures in the music industry. Their fans cannot wait to see where they go from here.

Harrison has said he has been influenced by many artists from different genres, including Elvis Presley, Andrea Bocelli, Michael Buble and Nat King Cole. His music can be categorized  as "popera."

Check out Harrison and Tim's incredible performance below.


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