Meridian's own The Voice contestant reads to students

This is odd Tilghman, he’s a pastor singer and a recent contestant of the Voice. Today he used his vocals to read a children’s book It wasn’t me by Dana Alison Levy to 3rd grade students.


“As a little kid when I first head myself taking, I said that’s not even me. Now as I’ve gotten older, I still feel like my speaking voice is so different than my singing,” said Todd Tilghman The Voice contestant.

Being of a father of 8, Tilghman is all too familiar with story times and sees the benefits of taking time out to read to children.

“The more kids you have, you learn how to relate to kids. Every kid you relate to in a different way. Each child feels loved in a different way and receives communication,” said Todd Tilghman The Voice contestant.

Tilghman is humbled being a contestant on the 18th season of The Voice and tries to take time to set the standard for anything to happen if hard work is set in place.

 “All of the hype that is behind this, I can’t do that myself this is all these people. I owe my time to them I think,” said Todd Tilghman The Voice contestant.

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