Blake Shelton & "The Voice" winner Craig Wayne Boyd
Blake Shelton's done it again. The country star has led another singer to victory as a coach on NBC's "The Voice."
On Tuesday's season seven finale, Team Blake's Craig Wayne Boyd got the nod over Matt McAndrew, Chris Jamison, and Damien to capture the $100,000 prize and recording contract.
The finale marked another showdown between Shelton and Maroon 5's Adam Levine, who coached the other three. Craig is the fourth Team Blake singer to win "TheVoice." Shelton's other successes include season two's Jermaine Paul, season three's Cassadee Pope, and season four's Danielle Bradbery.
Funny enough, The Swon Brothers -- who were on Team Blake during season 4 -- actually had Craig Wayne Boyd as their pick! They told iHeartRadio, "We always are rooting for Team Blake. Team Blake, all the way."
Craig is a country singer. Over the course of the competition he performed a number of country covers including George Strait's "You Look So Good In Love," Johnny Cash's "I Walk The Line," and Merle Haggard's "Workin' Man Blues."
The Texas-born Nashville resident says in his Facebook bio that he began pursuing a country music career well before competing on "The Voice." His efforts have included opening shows for Jamey Johnson, Randy Houser, and Brantley Gilbert.
Craig's debut single, "My Baby's Got a Smile on Her Face," is available now. He'll make appearances Wednesday on NBC's "Today" and "The Tonight Show."
Congratulations to Craig!
Check out Craig Wayne Boyd's "My Baby's Got a Smile on Her Face" below!
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