Music teacher Gary Poole knocked out of BBC's The Voice

Gary Poole made it to the last seven of Tom Jones' team but failed to reach the last three

Gary Poole made it to the last seven of Tom Jones' team but failed to reach the last three

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A Chingford music teacher was eliminated from The Voice last night.

Gary Poole, of Friday Hill, won through to the last seven of Tom Jones’s team, but was not chosen to continue in the competition.

He sung George Michael’s Freedom in the knock-out round.

The 47-year-old is a full-time musician specialising in soul and jazz, and a part-time university lecturer.

Poole toured the world with urban soul group D’Influence and once supported Prince and Michael Jackson at Wembley Arena.

The father-of-three teaches music harmony and vocal technique at the London Centre of Contemporary Music in London Bridge.
 

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8:09pm Sun 16 Mar 14

Villagecranberry says...

The hat killed his act.
The hat killed his act. Villagecranberry
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