Newspaper article The Chronicle (Toowoomba, Australia)

Battle of the Ages; the Voice Finals Heat Up, Writes Seanna Cronin

Newspaper article The Chronicle (Toowoomba, Australia)

Battle of the Ages; the Voice Finals Heat Up, Writes Seanna Cronin

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THE Voice live finals continue on Monday, and itas a battle of the generations.

Each of the four coaches has just two singers left, ranging in age from 18 to 67.

The eight finalists will be culled to four on Monday nightas show, with the final four then performing one song each.

Older singers Mitchell Anderson and Steve Clisby will have to draw on their experience to have any chance at beating their enigmatic young team mates Harrison Craig and Celia Pavey.

Neither Pavey nor Craig has put a foot wrong since wowing viewers and the coaches in their blind auditions.

But Clisby shows the game-changing power of the new save rule in the battle rounds.

Seal chose Anderson over Clisby in their battle but the American-born, Sydney-based singer was thrown a lifeline by Delta Goodrem and has made the most of his second chance.

At 67, Clisby is the oldest singer to make it through The Voiceas blind auditions and battle rounds.

There is a massive 48-year age difference between him and flame-haired folk singer Pavey. …

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