"The Voice" singer, Lucas Holliday, says "Thank You" to his fans

EAST LANSING, Mich. (WILX) -- Lucas Holliday, the so-called "Singing Cashier" may have been eliminated on NBC's "The Voice" Monday night during the "Knockout" round, but he is not knocked down.

Wednesday he celebrates his 27th Birthday and he'll be reflecting on his experience on the hit show.

He told News 10's Kirk Montgomery, "I've grown exponentially, I've grown three to four times the kind of musician I thought I would be just by performing with these folks" he says..adding "(I've also learned ) from them just the contestants in general. Everybody is really nice and dedicated and very inspiring and of course Jennifer (Hudson) is very inspiring, it was also cool meeting Kelly Clarkson. "

Holliday remains active with his band, 'Tell Yo Momma', and is appreciative from all of the support he received from his fans in Mid- Michigan.

His message?

"Thank you very much for this opportunity. Thank you, I wouldn't be who I am without you! I wouldn't' be able to make music, I wouldn't be able to be the guy I am, The artist I am, but also be as true to me as possible and I really do Thank you from the bottom of my heart"!

His band will be performing Friday, November 3d at The Lansing Brewing Company at 8pm.