Former Samford Student Makes Top 16 on “The Voice”
Posted by Philip Poole on 2012-04-18
Samford Crimson feature writer Bailey Fuqua reports that former Samford University student Phillip Arnold, performing under the name Pip, is participating in this season's "The Voice" on NBC.
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