On the hit NBC series "The Voice," Chris Mann captured the hearts of millions while drawing the praise of multi-platinum talents such as Christina Aguilera and CeeLo Green. When the season ended, Mann had two songs on the iTunes Top 10 Pop Singles Chart. He's now going worldwide with his debut album, "Roads," which premiered at No. 5 on the iTunes Pop Album Chart. "Roads" arrives via Faircraft/Republic, a new imprint headed up by multi-platinum producer and veteran A&R exec Ron Fair. Among "Roads'" many highlights is Mann's cover of the Damien Rice hit "The Blower's Daughter," which features a special guest appearance by Aguilera. The album also includes a stunning rendition of "My Way," re-worked specifically for Mann by legendary songwriter Paul Anka. Influenced by Pavarotti, Robbie Williams and Frank Sinatra, Mann blends classically trained tenor and contemporary pop vocals in a sound that's rare in music today.