Thanks to on-line voters, local singing sensation Josh Issac has secured a special VIP audition for the hit NBC show "The Voice".
Issac was among a number of singers who recently recorded a performance of the National Anthem in an audition in Nashville at the Music City Center. Through November 17, viewers were able to go on-line and vote for their favorite audition. Issac received the most votes.
The VIP pass guarantees Issac goes straight to the producers, bypassing the first few rounds of the auditioning process. "Basically, it's just a chance to win a ticket to skip the initial rounds of having to wait in long lines. This gives you a chance to sit down and actually talk to a producer and tell them, not only your ability of singing but also your story of how you got there," said Issac in a recent interview with WJLE.
Issac is also scheduled to appear during a commercial break of the season five finale of "The Voice" Tuesday night, December 17 on NBC.