The Voice Season 16 Blog Recap Episode 3 Blind Auditions video
Night three of the new season and some more singing, spinning, pitching, and decisions. The Voice Season 16 Blog Recap Episode 3 Blind Auditions video.
Kelly Clarkson, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, all return this new season and John Legend holds down the fourth rotating coach chair.
More Legend pimping this week! We are not here for the coaches we focus on the contestants.
Our condolences to the family, friends and loved ones of The Voice season 13 contestant Janice Freeman who died of a blood clot to her lungs in recent days. Fellow alums mourn the Team Miley Cyrus member. RIP.
The Blog Recap
Artist name details location – winning coach. No coach pitches! All about the contestants.
Dexter Roberts – Like A Cowboy – Randy Houser’s “Like a Cowboy” – all four coaches turned. Dexter was a finalist on American Idol. He recovered from a tick disease in recent years. That was a triple simultaneous smash between Blake, Kelly, and Legend…Kelly stood and applauded. Adam finally committed to the turn. Four FKN CHAIRS. He chose Blake.
Jacob Maxwell 20 years old from Idaho – was first to air on the show. Legend, Kelly were first to turn. Kelly felt moved, Legend went to heavenly message, energy, pure musical singer. Jacob chose Legend. More pimping by the producers. He has a good range, breathing and stage presence all in one package. Follow him!
Karly Mareno from Orange County, California, she is a skater, has the same commitment in her singing and dreams of making music as a living. Adam was moved to turn, tone, tone, tone as a song on the radio. A nice mellow voice in a unique musical position to her peers.
Luna Searles 37 years of age, Atlanta GA, a returnee from Season 2 – performs all around Atlanta. She believes she is more focused this time around, emotional break, and here to make herself happy. Ike and Tina Turner Nutbush City Limits. No turns. They all wanted more from her. Comeback team?
Carter Lloyd Horne 19, from Marietta, Georgia, recalled his life after the 2008 recession and music changed his world. He gigs at small venues and the platform to help his family. He sang “Drinking Problem” and waiting for a turn, then at the last moment, Blake and Kelly mash their buttons. If inappropriate is your thing, then Blake is ready. Adam endorsed him, Kelly put on old school performance…saved by the big last note at the end. Carter chose…Blake.
Talon Cardon 18 from Utah is a waiter at present. He has been playing guitar since 12, writing since 14 and from a split family, he lived between both parents. He is attached to the lyrics of the song “Say You Won’t Let Go” … Legend turned. Adam believed he has potential, Kelly called him a dark horse.
The McAloon’s featured Patrick McAloon, 40 Barrington RI, Father a unique family audition single mode, each a separate audition. Both Blake and Adam turn early with Legend at the end. He chose Adam…
Ruby McAloon 16 daughter also from RI just watched her father receive 3 chair turn. Her voice was steady and strong in some parts. Adam loved her voice, take this moment and draw upon this experience. Coach Kelly wanted more range – comeback, comeback, comeback team?
Alena D’Amico, Detriot Michigan, a young sing starter, sang “In My Blood” …has a good range and power in reserve…both Blake and Kelly pressed. She was very excited but after all the hard pitched she chose Kelly.
Kanard Thomas Jacksonville Florida, in a household of eight children and determination led to success. He works on a cruise ship to live his music dream. No turns. Blake wanted more aggression. He was given a Comeback chance!
Jej Millanes Vinson age 22, from Los Angeles, originally from The Philippines, now living in the US. Passionfruit with Blake an early turner, then Kelly, followed by both remaining coaches. One of the best vocals, range, and performances this season to date – Week 3. Blake called him the winner of the show already, then pissed off all the other coaches. Perfect. He chose Kelly! .
LB Crew (watch party)