Dave Fenley performances The Voice 2018 Season 15
Here is Dave Fenley’s journey of the show. Country fans love this show and have supported many that have appeared on this show. Dave Fenley performances The Voice 2018 Season 15.
His Top 10 Live performance
Results Tuesday saw Dave leave the competition. Everyone goes home. Good luck Dave and his fans.
The Top 11 Live show
Dave Fenley – Use Me by Bill Withers was a different performance and style from Dave. All in for him tonight! Adam was in shock… that was wild and seeing doing whatever he wanted. Blake waiting for that moment, you had a moment according to BS! He finished with his beatbox for us to enjoy.
The Top 13 Live Show
Dave Fenley Hard to Love by Lee Brice. Blake’s save from the playoffs was replayed. Don’t let me down! He dedicated the song to his wife, and so damn lucky to have her. Blake wanted him to barrell into the song for the crowd to understand. He understands that he needed to give the kids something they know! Too right Dave! Blake believed the performance, he did not think he was that hard to love! HA HA
Results. Dave was Blake’s choice to move on this season!
“Angel Flying Too Close To The Ground” Dave Fenley slow country ballad. Fire!
Dave Fenley versus Kameron Marlowe in part 2 episode.
Dave Fenley croons Lionel Richie’s “Stuck on You” in his Knockout with Kameron Marlowe, rocking Bob Marley’s “I Shot the Sheriff,”
Mariah and Blake shoot the breeze some more and in walk two dudes all loving on Blake. No, it was for both mentors. Dave talked about winning this for his wife, Blake spoke about his soulful voice. This was good in practice. Mariah was happy too, she loved his personal points. Beat that hotshot he told Kameron. Now that was funny. Kameron, reggae was his twist, and he spoke about helping his mother from personal injury. Nope, not a good rendition, it is good and a bit of a risk Blake shared with everyone. Mariah enjoyed hearing the original melody, do not steer too far away from the original.
Dave nailed it! Kameron tried hard but was sub-par in my humble opinion.
Dave moved to Nashville on a whim and his wife bought in. Keith spoke of Dave’s voice that draws him in. Dave was star struck meeting Keith! Possum praising George Jones song One Woman Man. Keith claimed Daves’ swagger was cool. Blake wants more confidence from Keith P. He wants to lift his personality in the performance. Keith Urban wants the tempo dropped to give it more teeth. Blake can feel Daves’ volume.
Some of Keith P’s nerves appear on the stage rehearsal and he misses his lyrics.
JHud called it a fun show to watch, the range was amazing, both of you made it work. Not picking. Kelly called it raw and organic. Left unhanded. Adam picked that Keith should use other genres and spoke about missing him on the blinds. Blake chose Dave. Adam stole Keith!
Now this is the full clip without the final result – that is who does he chose as his coach? Uh? Well you can guess!
All the coaches loved him and he did his beat box. Blake reminisce about country music Travis Tripp! Blake negotiates a neck hug for his mother and being on his team. Kelly argues her position with Adam’s unwavering support for Kelly. His mother begs for Blake, he chose Blake for his mom!
His Blind Audition aired October 1, 2018 with this remarkable rendition.
Dave Fenley was born and raised in the small town of Lufkin, an East Texas town is deeply rooted with religion, family values, and music. At a young age, Dave showed an aptitude for learning melodies and lyrics. As a child, he sang with the children’s choir in his Southern Baptist church while his father sang bass in the “big choir.” His father Elton would sing in the home all the time and teach Dave harmonies to all the “good” country songs on the radio. Dave also joined the choir in his elementary school and stayed with it till high school.
In high school, his family moved to Canada, so Dave had a whole different set of influences. No longer surrounded by only country music, Dave found that he loved anything with soul. Starting with Boyz II Men, Dave back tracked to artists like Otis Redding, Ray Charles, and Percy Sledge. Thats when Dave really started using his voice. He began writing songs at the age of fifteen and picked up a guitar at 18. There was no stopping him after that. He taught himself how to play songs he loved and would perform them at bars before he was even legal to drink alcohol.
The next decade was just Dave honing his craft, figuring out what type of artist he would be, and learning that he loved every kind of music. He had a “genre-free philosophy” for his shows so the audience would always be surprised by what would come next. Dave’s talent with an audience did not go unnoticed. He has shared the stage with musical royalty like Dwight Yoakam, Miranda Lambert, and Dierks Bentley. Dave currently lives in Nashville, Tennessee and writes songs for a living.
Dave Fenley sings Travis Tritt’s “Help Me Hold On” during the Blind Auditions. » Get The Voice Official App: http://bit.ly/TheVoiceOfficialApp » Subscribe for More: http://bit.ly/TheVoiceSub » Watch The Voice Mondays & Tuesdays 8/7c on NBC! » Watch Full Episodes Free: http://bit.ly/TheVoiceFullEpisodes
His AGT Appearance
Dave Fenley’s Week 5 Quarterfinals performance in Episode 818 consisted of singing his version of Ray LaMontagne’s “Trouble” while playing the guitar. Dave received enough votes to be sent to the Semifinals in Episode 819 instead of Selena Mykenzie Gordon and Virginia State University Gospel Chorale.
Dave Fenley’s Week 1 Semifinals performance in Episode 820 consisted of singing Spice Girls’s “Say You’ll Be There” while playing the guitar and beatboxing. Dave finished in either sixth or seventh place in America’s Vote in Episode 821. In the Judges’ Choice, although Mel B voted for him, Howard Stern, Heidi Klum, and Howie Mandel did not vote for him, eliminating him from the competition instead of Catapult Entertainment.