Local ‘Voice’ contestant loses
Local singer-songwriter Paul Pfau ends his time on NBC’s singing competition, “The Voice.” During a first ever tree-way knock-out competition, Pfau was defeated by fellow “Team Pharrell” musicians Mia Z and Sawyer Fredericks.
In a video message to family, friends and followers posted on his official Facebook page after Monday night’s show, Pfau reflected on his time in the competition and discussed what he’s doing now.
“This whole process has been the greatest experience of my life,” he said.
Pfau said he appreciates the outpouring of support he’s received.
“So many people have been behind me and I feel so touched by that. I feel so lucky to experience that amount of love and support.”
Pfau also spoke favorably about “The Voice” team.
“Everyone on the show, from the contestants to the producers, to the publicists, to the make up people the wardrobe people, the band directors, the band, every single person is amazing. “
“I always say, if this was Yelp I’d give “The Voice” five stars,” he said.
Pfau said he hopes to use the national exposure the show has given him and used to the experience to gain greater insight into his own craft.
“I’ve gained so much more of what I want to do and who I want to be as an artist.”
“I’m not sad. I’m not down. I’m so happy. I’m so grateful.” he said.
Paul Pfau has returned to the local area following his stint on the show, appearing recently at his Middletown, Maryland High School.
Pfau said he plans to record new original music and begin touring colleges again soon.
“Keep an eye out for new music. It’s on the way.”
Find out more about the local musician on Facebook at www.facebook.com/paulpfaumusic?fref=ts.