‘The Voice': The Coaches Can’t Steal Country Artists from Blake Shelton, But They Try

The Voice aired a special Thursday-night part featuring spin 3 of deteriorate 12’s Blind Auditions. Six artists auditioned in front of coaches Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, Adam Levine and Alicia Keys, yet not all had what it takes to allege to a subsequent round.

First adult was Ashley Levin singing “Let Him Fly” by Patty Griffin. She set a bar for a night, removing Stefani, Shelton and Keys to spin with her flattering tinge and clever technical skills. Shelton relied on his go-to representation for nation artists, touting his group as a trail to success for any nation singer. But Stefani didn’t behind down, reiterating her attribute with Shelton and a fact that she recently available a nation strain with him. Levine attempted to convince Levin to go with Keys, who pronounced she could hear Levin’s essence in her singing. But Levin eventually didn’t broach any tract twists: She assimilated Team Blake. “Boring!” Levine declared.

Firefighter Brandon Royal followed with an enterprising and well-spoken opening of “Master Blaster (Jammin’)” by Stevie Wonder, delivering a clever reggae sound. Shelton and Stefani found themselves confronting off again, both tender by a gifted artist. Shelton once again highlighted his winning record. Gwen’s representation focused on how Royal shows flexibility and could sing lots of opposite forms of music. Team Gwen is a right finish for anyone who wants to consider outward of a genre box. Royal chose Stefani as his coach, that was a right choice.

Next adult was classic-rock fan Adam Pearce. Pearce has been frequently gigging for years perplexing to make it as a musician. He came to The Voice hoping for a large mangle and chose to sang “A Whiter Shade Of Pale.” Unfortunately, it was a pitchy performance, and he did not spin any chairs. Shelton and Levine speedy him to work on his representation and come back.

Hoping to spin things around, Julien Martinez auditioned next, singing “Pride And Joy” by Stevie Ray Vaughn. He brought courage and snarl to a bluesy performance, yet he didn’t spin any chairs until a final note, that was some-more like a final scream. Shelton and Levine both turned, tender by a confidant note he finished on, that Levine likened to “the birth of Satan.” It was a classical adversary showdown, with both Shelton and Levine fighting for Martinez. Shelton pronounced he wanted a stone thespian on his team. But Martinez went with a some-more apparent choice and assimilated Team Adam.

Next, 13-year-old Quizz Swanigan, a youngest artist to ever try-out on The Voice, valid to be staid over his years, singing “Who’s Loving You” by a Jackson 5 and positively slaying it. He desirous a initial head-to-head between Stefani and Keys, who have so distant been ancillary any other all deteriorate yet found themselves carrying to compete. It didn’t hint a new adversary though. They were both happy to see any other turn. “I feel your heart,” Keys pronounced to Swanigan, who was a large fan of hers, nonetheless he also certified that Stefani taught him how to spell “bananas” with her strain “Hollaback Girl.” He assimilated Team Alicia, and Stefani even expressed support for a immature artist’s preference on Twitter. Stefani and Keys are dynamic to sojourn allies, most like Keys and Cyrus were final season.

The final artist to try-out tonight was Casi Joy, who sang “Blue” by Leann Rimes. It was a clever nation opening to finish a night on, with Joy display off her beautiful tinge and considerable dynamics on a classical song. In fact, Joy got a usually four-chair spin of a night. All 4 coaches gave it their all, Keys, Levine and Stefani all desperately perplexing to take a nation artist out from underneath Shelton. Joy certified that she sings other genres, yet she still went with a inevitable choice and assimilated Team Blake.

The Blind Auditions resume on Monday night on NBC. Will any of a other coaches ever best Shelton when it comes to alighting a nation artist?

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