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Central Coast resident competing on The Voice speaks out about life changing moment

Central Coast resident competing on 'The Voice' speaks out about life changing moment
Posted at 5:50 PM, Sep 24, 2019
and last updated 2019-09-24 22:51:11-04

A Central Coast local who made it on John Legends team on NBC's The Voice is talking about the life changing moment.

25-year-old Will Breman from Santa Barbara made it through the blind audition on the series premier Monday night. He chose John Legend as his voice coach for the show.

After his performance John Legend got on stage to sing a duet with him. Kelly Clarkson even made a remark saying he will make it to the finale.

Breman says, "Working with John Legend up to this point has been nothing sort of a dream come true. I'm still dreaming. I feel like I am just going to wake up and you know, this is just not going to happen."

Before the blind auditions on the show Monday night Breman revealed that he has asperger's. He expressed how much singing and music has helped him through this challenge in his life.

Breman says behind the scenes, he has already made life-long friendships. He adds, before making it on the show, he played at a lot of wineries and breweries on the Central Coast.

Breman says he never dreamed in a million years that he could be on The Voice.

We'll continue to keep you updated on Breman's journey on The Voice.

NBC's The Voice airs on Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m.