Dexter Roberts from Fayette, Alabama, performed Randy Houser classic “Anything Goes” on Monday night as one of the Top 4 singers battling to be “The Voice” season 16 winner.
“It’s so overwhelming. I’m from a small town. This stuff don’t happen for people like me,” Roberts said before singing the song.
The judges praised Roberts for playing the emotional ballad by Houser. They said the song showed off his voice perfectly.
“Anything Goes” was released in 2008 as Houser’s debut single and the title track from his 2008 debut album.
Roberts, who is one of the three remaining members from Team Blake, also performed the duet “Hard Working Man” by Brooks & Dunn with his coach Blake Shelton.
He also sang an original song titled, “Looking Back,” Monday.
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