Drew Cole to perform on NBC's The Voice Wednesday night

Ridgefield's own Drew Arcoleo (Drew Cole) will perform live again tonight on NBC's The Voice.
"Remember, it’s live voting so make sure to vote along with the LIVE broadcast while the Team Adam voting window is open," his mom Caroline told The Press. Here’s how to vote: ✔ Twitter Retweet @NBCTheVoice ‘RT to save Drew’ Tweet Tweet using the hashtag #VoicePlayoffsDrew ✔ The Voice Official App You can cast 10 votes on the app "Thank you all SO MUCH for your continued support," Caroline said.
Drew's journey on The Voice began in late February. 
He spoke to The Press after performing Marcy Playground's Sex and Candy and being chosen by Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine to take part in the musical competition.

“It’s intimidating being on that set because it’s so quiet,” Cole recalled about being backstage before his “blind” audition in front of Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Alicia Keys, and Kelly Clarkson.

“You can hear a pin drop, and you have much more time to think than you would before a normal gig,” he added. “You’re just back there with your adrenaline going and then your nerves begin kicking in, and you just have to find a place of zen and conquer them — you can’t let them take over you.”

Cole’s “fight-or-flight” moment on stage didn’t last long.

After Cole sang the first line — “I smell sex and candy here,” Levine tapped his button and his chair swiveled around.

“All you need is one chair to turn around to be on the show, it could come at the last moment,” Cole said. “I think all I did was sing that first line and play three notes, and he was in."

On Monday night, Cole performed a renditon of Michael Jackson's Man in the Mirror during the live playoffs.
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