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Nicholas David, who took third place in “The Voice” competition in 2012, returns to Fargo with a show at 9 p.m. Thursday at The Aquarium. Special to The Forum

Sharing his 'Voice': After popularity of TV appearances, Nicholas David returns to Fargo

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Sharing his 'Voice': After popularity of TV appearances, Nicholas David returns to Fargo
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Fargo - No matter which one he’s using, “The Voice” made Nicholas David a household name.

A few years ago Nick “The Feelin’” Mrozinski was a touring musician, bringing his piano and guitar pop, soul and R&B across Minnesota and North Dakota.

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He went from playing for hundreds in small rooms to playing for millions in living rooms across the country in 2012 when he was a featured contestant on “The Voice” under the name Nicholas David.

Under coach Cee-Lo Green, The Twin Cities singer would finish third in the NBC talent show, but not before earning a reputation for his soulful rendition of “You Are So Beautiful” and “You’re the First, the Last, My Everything.”

David is back on the road and plays The Aquarium, 226 Broadway in Fargo, Thursday.

While he may not be on the TV screen anymore, David is back where he feels most at home, on stage and in the studio. Last fall he hit the road with his Feelin’ Band opening for The Avett Brothers and he’s been recording his own material.

Thursday fans can expect some of the songs that made him such a strong contender on “The Voice” as well as his own tunes, like last year’s single, “Say Goodbye.”

More importantly, they’ll be able to see and hear the star up close.

If You Go WHAT: Nicholas David with Pat Lenertz opening

WHEN: 9 p.m. Thursday

WHERE: The Aquarium, 226 Broadway, Fargo

TICKETS: Tickets for this ID-only show are $20

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