Over the past 75 days, Ricky Duran has kept the city of Worcester tuned in every Monday and Tuesday night to watch an exceptional homegrown talent live out his dream.
On Tuesday night, Duran finished the runner-up on NBC’s hit singing competition show, The Voice.
Jake Hoot was named “The Voice,” as he received more votes than Duran and fellow finalists Katie Kadan, and Rose Short [who finished in that order].
For those that didn’t know Duran before his star shone bright on The Voice, the humble, down-to-earth performer was true to himself through these past seven weeks.
What you saw of Duran on television, is what you got when you watched him perform all over the city.
See Duran’s final solo performance below:
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