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Two Pennsylvania artists are still holding strong on The Voice. Lancaster County native James Wolpert and Matthew Schuler, a sophomore at West Chester University (WCU), remain in the top six.

Wolpert, 22, graduated from Lampeter-Strasburg High School in 2009. He did attend Carnegie Mellon for art but dropped out after two years to pursue a career in music. He worked at an Apple store in the Pittsburgh area before moving recently to Los Angeles. His parents, George and Margie Wolpert, are still local to the Lancaster area.

Last week, Wolpert, who is one of three remaining artists on Team Adam, sang “Somebody to Love”. The coaches were pleased, agreeing it was his best performance yet. And it was. He has proven himself a very capable singer and has impressed each week. Alas, he is not Queen. Adam Levine is the only coach with three artists remaining.

Wolpert categorizes himself as a blues/acoustic/indie pop artist on Reverbnation. His songs from The Voice are available at iTunes.

Schuler, 21, is from Yardley. When he is not singing, he plays rugby and maintains his courseload. His songs are also available at iTunes. Fans can follow him on Twitter at @MschulerMusic.

“It’s Time” by Imagine Dragons is the song Christina Aguilera chose for Schuler. As always his performance was breathtaking. Schuler has had a steady following throughout the competition.

The Voice airs from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. tonight on NBC.

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