If you've been watching this season of the popular singing show "The Voice" on NBC then you probably know that two Arkansans have made it into the semi-finals after the nationwide results were revealed last night.

Mac Royals a smooth R&B singer and  Grant Bias a country singer who goes by his last name, Bias have moved into the Top 9 of the competition after 3 contestants were sent home from the Top 12.

On Monday night, Little Rock native Bias performed a cover of "God's Gonna Cut You Down" from the legendary Johnny Cash. I think if Johnny were living today he would be proud of the version Bias performed. Now living in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Bias performed his first-ever concert near his home there, according to KARK.

Mac Royals performed a cover of the Bonnie Raitt classic "I Can't Make You Love Me" for which he nailed it to perfection showing off a softer side of this talented singer from the small town of Wrightsville, Arkansas. All four coaches on "The Voice" continue to give them high praise as they navigate their way through some of the best singers the show has showcased this year. At some point, Bias would love to throw a concert for his home state Arkansas who have been supportive throughout his incredible musical journey.

Both singers continue to represent the state of Arkansas very well. Good luck to both of them in the next round!

The Voice airs Monday and Tuesday at 7 p.m. on NBC (KTAL).

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