South Jersey native Matt McAndrew has gone from a struggling Philadelphia singer-songwriter to a national star on NBC’s The Voice.
The tattooed singer who grew up in Barnegat Light, New Jersey moved to Philly in pursuit of his dream of becoming a rock star — on Facebook, Matt claims he played everywhere from open mic nights to ice cream parlors before getting his big break. He is now among the Final 5 on The Voice after delivering an emotionally-charged version of Damien Rice’s “Blower’s Daughter.”
Before that he will appear on NBC10’s 11 a.m. news where he could answer one of your questions. Use the hashtag #AskMatton10 to ask him a question on Twitter. You question just might wind up being used on air or on NBC10.com.
Watch NBC10 Monday and Tuesday nights at 8 p.m. to see if Matt becomes “The Voice.”