BARRON, Wis. - Wisconsin singer Chris Kroeze is hoping he will be the next winner of "The Voice."
The Barron artist said winning the show would make all of the sacrifices he has made worth it for him.
"I've got kids and a wife back home. Winning 'The Voice' would say that all of this is worth it," Kroeze said before his performance of "Sweet Home Alabama" on Monday.
After the artist sang the hit song, his coach Blake Shelton made it known that it is a big accomplishment to be able to sing such a classic.
"Not just everybody could get up here and sing 'Sweet Home Alabama' and kill it the way you just did," Shelton said.
Monday, Kroeze also sang "Two More Bottles of Wine" with his coach.
This week, Kroeze competes to be the winner of "The Voice." There are only four artists left, and Tuesday, the show will announce the winner. To vote for Kroeze or any of the artists on the show, go to "The Voice" website.
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