Sawyer Fredericks has gone from his farm in Fultonville to winning 'The Voice.'

Before being crowned this season's winner, Fredericks sang a medley of Credence Clearwater Revival classics with John Fogerty, who took a break from touring to be on NBC's "The Voice."  From Fredericks' ear to ear grin, it looked like the most fun he's had on The Voice's stage.

New Car

For making The Voice finals, the top four contestants were given a new car. "I don't even have a driver's license yet," Fredericks said. He plans to give the new ride to his biggest supporter, his mom.


iTunes Chart

It's no surprise Fredericks debut single 'Please,' written by his idol Ray LaMontagne, reached #1 on the iTunes chart. He closed the show singing his song while his parents watched with tears in their eyes.


Fredericks wins $100,000 and a record deal with Universal Music Group.

Sawyer Fredericks Returns Home

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