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Bob McQuaid on The Voice on Sunday

Friday, 15th February, 2013 10:58am

Story by Tom Kelly
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Bob McQuaid on The Voice on Sunday
Bob McQuaid on The Voice on Sunday

Dunboyne singer Bob McQuaid will be back in action on RTE's 'The Voice of Ireland' talent show on Sunday night.

Eighteen year-old Bob will feature in the first of the battle stages, where his mentor Sharon Corr will have to choose between him and another of her chosen singers.

Bob wowed the judges in the blind auditions some weeks ago and had his pick of Sharon Kerr and Kian Egan as his mentor.

A student of actuarial studies in DCU, he sang Van Morrison's 'You Don't Know Me.' After his performance, Sharon Corr said she had "melted" .

A son of Martin and Mary McQuaid and a former student of St Peter's College, Dunboyne, where he performed in a number of musicals, he has been performing in theatre and shows since he was 10.

The show airs on RTÉ ONE at 6.30pm on Sunday.

Meanwhile Ben Tighe, who is originally from Batterstown, will also participate in the battle stages in the coming weeks.

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