The Treatment Frontman On His Past On The Voice TV Show

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(Classic Rock) The Treatment frontman Mitch Emms says that he couldn't care less what rock purists think about his background on a TV talent show. Emms' performances on the 2013 series of The Voice brought him to the band's attention and they got in touch when previous vocalist Matt Jones left last year.

But he says he still faces some cynicism from people who try to "discredit" him as an artist. He tells TeamRock: "There are a lot of people out there who would discredit me as a singer because I've been on a show like that. But it's not something I really think about or care about, because The Voice is one part of 12 years of me doing music. I don't care."

Drummer Dhani Mansworth agrees that Emms' background isn't important, saying: "You always get people who are rock purists who believe going on talent shows isn't a good thing. But as long as the talent's there, it shouldn't matter." Read more here.

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