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Mycle Wastman of "The Voice" to perform in Prosser

Nationally touring pop/soul artist Mycle Wastman, who appeared on season 3 of “The Voice,” will perform in Prosser on Aug. 1.

The show begins at 7:30 p.m., with doors opening at 7.  A pre-show social will begin in the green room at 6 p.m. Show tickets are $12 for students and $15 for adults.

The Seattle singer emerged as a stealth frontrunner on NBC’s popular reality show when his blind audition performance of Al Green’s “Let’s Stay Together” captivated the three judges, who collectively offered a standing ovation.

Cee Lo Green, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine all wanted Wastman on their team. “Team Cee Lo” won.

Two appearances later, Wastman was out of the running after losing a “knock out” battle round to Nicholas David.

Since then he’s been writing and touring; Wastman just returned from a Northeast stint hitting Boston, New York City and Philadelphia.

He’s sung the National Anthem at select Seattle Seahawks and Sounders games and has performed for the Melodic Caring Project, a nonprofit that streams personalized music concerts directly to hospitalized children and teens (a.k.a. the “Rockstars”).

Wastman is recording his third full-length album; he will release it later this year in conjunction with a music video for his original song, “Lovesick Crazy.”

Guests at the Aug. 1 show can expect an intimate acoustic concert full of Wastman’s original material, with a few of his favorite songs by other artists, including his popular rendition of “Let’s Stay Together”.

Wastman offers a combination of an old soulful vibe, R&B sensibilities and a splash of pop. To learn more, visit

Tickets are on sale now at the theatre box office, 1228 Meade Ave.; at Adventures Underground, 1391 George Washington Way, Richland; by calling (509) 786-2180, at Bonnie’s Vine & Gift, 329 Wine Country Road, Prosser; or by visiting

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