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Josh Kaufman Wins 'The Voice'

What makes his victory so refreshing is the fact that the best vocalist on the show actually prevailed.

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Josh Kaufman Awaits Final ‘Voice’ Results

Hoosiers statewide are presumably inclined to pull for Kaufman, and the truth of the matter is this: He is the best vocalist on the show.

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Live Blog: Josh Kaufman Sings to Win 'The Voice’

This is the most important night of Kaufman’s professional career, and he’s earned it.

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Josh Kaufman Deserves a Spot in ‘Voice’ Finale

Coach Usher picked “Love Runs Out” by OneRepublic, which was an excellent decision matched with perfect timing. America finally saw a comfortable Josh Kaufman meander about the stage as if it’s where he belongs—and it is.

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Live Blog: Josh Kaufman Sings For a 'Voice' Finale Spot

The five remaining contestants will each perform two songs live for America with hopes of seizing a coveted spot in the finals. Follow along with us!

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Josh Kaufman Should Make ‘The Voice’ Top 5

Kaufman controlled Bonnie Raitt’s “I Can’t Make You Love Me” with pitch perfection. When he mixes gospel roots with that soulful jazz tone, it’s hard to think he won’t make the show’s Top 2.

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Live Blog: Josh Kaufman Seeks a 'Voice' Top 5 Spot

Follow our (runaway) train of thoughts as one of Indy’s own performs for America, his sights set on seizing a spot in the program’s Top 5.

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Live Blog: Indy's Josh Kaufman on 'The Voice' Top 10 Show

We’re talking all things Kaufman during Monday’s live episode. Join us.

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Josh Kaufman Makes 'The Voice' Top 12

Host Carson Daly called Kaufman’s take on a Bruno Mars tune “the performance of the night.” Here’s a look at his top four foes going into the live shows.

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Indy's Josh Kaufman Finds Himself in Front of Millions on 'The Voice'

“Whether you find it in a little jazz club, or on the street, or on a big stage, or on national television, talent is talent,” Kaufman says. “If you refuse to listen to somebody just because he or she was on a reality show, then you’re making your choice based on bad criteria.”