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Patrick Dodd

Patrick Dodd is the third local contestant to make it to the second round of "The Voice".

Dodd is well known on Beale Street and he proudly sang his rendition of "Walking in Memphis" to earn his place on a team.

But after singing, Dodd was given a choice.

"That was awesome. I really, really loved it. You have so much soul in your voice and your performance was so effortless because you know exactly what to do in your voice, you're a professional to me. You're probably thinking I don't have so much experience in this show, but never underestimate a five foot three Columbian girl," said Shakira, who begged Dodd to join her team.

"The thing I envy probably the most is the density, the rasp, the soul, I don't have that, I sound like a girl when I sing, I have a simple, very high voice so I really have a lot of respect for that," said Adam Levine. "You perform a lot?"

"I play 300 days a year on Beale Street," Dodd answered.

Adam continued, "I can share one thing with you, which is that I have toured this country a million times and to keep doing it means you love it, and I love it, and I love you and I want you to be on my team."

Dodd chose to be on Team Adam.

See Dodd's performance, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWmGqyM_vww

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