‘The Voice’ judges fight over music teacher after show-stopping performance

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A man with a severe case of Lyme disease who teaches music to children who have been through traumatic situations had the judges of “The Voice” fighting over him Monday night.

Ryan Quinn, 25, sang Blind Faith’s track “Can’t Find My Way Home.” Every judge turned around in their chair and gave him a standing ovation.

Quinn said he teaches music classes at a school for traumatized children. He also said two years ago he was diagnosed with Lyme disease, and his doctor said it was one of the most severe cases he’d ever seen.

During the Blind Auditions, Quinn ultimately decided to work with Adam Levine — in fact Adam said he was jealous of the notes Ryan was able to hit.