19-year-old ‘The Voice’ singer brings back the blues with charismatic performance

19-year-old Lucas Rieger, finalist of The Voice Germany, stole the show with his charismatic and authentic style of 1930s American blues.

He was so talented; the audience cheered right after hearing his intro music. Each year, different talents grace the auditions of The Voice. Perhaps, the favorites are always exceptional artists.

One such artist is Lucas Rieger, who first performed an American blues song, “Got My Mojo Working,” originally performed by Muddy Waters. Lucas Rieger brought his personality to the stage.

He sang six songs throughout the show. He sang some alone, and he sang some with other contestants. Throughout, he showed his obsession and genius with his covers of American blues.

He also showed his ability to blend all the songs to his unique style.

After receiving another standing ovation, he performed Elvis Presley’s “Heartbreak Hotel.” For the semi-finals, he sang “Tutti Frutti” by Little Richard.

His phenomenal performance took him to the final. He sang two songs, including an original song, “Unlove”, featuring Nico Santos. Although he didn’t win the competition, he won the hearts of millions with his charisma and charm.

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