The Voice season 15 packed 24 live performances in its first night of Live Playoffs on Monday, featuring the 24…
The Voice season 15 packed 24 live performances in its first night of Live Playoffs on Monday, featuring the 24 best performers of the year singing for America’s vote. Top 13 will be announced Tuesday evening with 12 performers from Monday night together with an immediate rescue song between two NBC show online series Comeback Stage who determines the playoffs. Coaches Adam Levine, Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson and Blake Shelton will be able to save an artist from their team on Tuesday night.
Team Blake got things started in the evening led by Michael Lee, who sang “Every Time I Roll the Dice” by Delbert McClinton.
Dave Fenley followed a performance of “Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground” by Willie Nelson, which enabled him to show a well-rounded voice.
Singing “God is a Woman” by Ariana Grande, Nastasia Greycloud shook up things a little for Team Blake, who demonstrated supply and artistry.
Country artist Chris Kroeze chose to sing “Have You Ever Seen the Rain” by Creedence Clearwater Revival and did it herself while still retaining the original melody. He matched solid vocals with charming scene presence.
Funsho played guitar during his performance of “how long” by Charlie Puth, who turns out to be one of the more versatile artists of Team Blake by including a cappella song and wide range. 1
9659002] Kirk Jay closed out the Team Blake performances with his release of “One More Day”, which brought a lot of soul to the mighty country ballad.
Team Kelly was up next, starting with Abby Cates. She sang “Next to Me” by Emeli Sande and had some trouble working on stage despite strong vocals.
Keith Paluso followed the Adele slogan “Some Like You” – an ambitious song choir that paid even when he took even more risks with ad libs and personal feelings on the choir.
The song “When Something Wrong With My Baby” by Sam & Dave broke Sarah Grace something other than the stage by performing on the organ.
Zaxai followed his performance of “When I Need You” by Leo Sayer, proving that he has a loud voice and solid wording that made him a more experienced singer.
With her conduct of “Grandfather Chevel Shepherd of Judds, shaking his national team at national team, which was potentially appealing to country voters usually hit by Team Blake.
Exit Team Kelly, Kymberli Joye gave a brilliant performance of” Radioactive ” by Imagine Dragons, as she did work by playing with the dynamic and singing with bold confidence.
It was time for Team Adam: Steve Memmolo sang “More Today Than Yesterday” by Spiral Staircase and knocked into any old school pop
De André Nico slowed down with his conduct of the “Ordinary People” by John Legend, while Radha, who perfromed “Dusk To Dawn.” He was anxious about parts and seemed to be strenuous for his voice, but it was an interesting song choice. “by Zayn, sounded like a radio-loving pop singer.
Cameroon Marlowe sang” Living’s Living Long Like This “by Waylon Jennings, giving a bluesy achievement that highlighted its assortment and a unique style.
Tyke James took on the king of Leon, hit “Use somebody”, a funny rocklock with some rusty song.
Reagan Strange closed out Team Adam with her solid performance by Danielle Bradbery’s “Worth It”, which gave a strong lyrical interpretation. 19659008] Team Jennifer took the stage last, began with Patrique Fortson, who sang “Is not Nobody.” The sound of his old school and theatrical feelings made a captivating and energetic achievement, and he made some impressive notes.
Song “I Believe in You and Me” by Whitney Houston, MacKenzie Thomas went out with his song and earned a well deserved shovel from his coach.
Franc West sang “Apologize” by OneRepublic and followed the piano.
Sandy Redd sang Mary J. Blige’s “No More Drama” and also got a shock for her finely tuned performance and great songs.
With his cover of “Scared to Lonely” by Martin Garrix and Dua Lipa, Colton Smith gave a memorable and original performance that showed the kind of pop singer he wants to be.
And Kennedy Holmes went out for the final performance of the evening, singing “Halo” by Beyonce and proved to be incredible range, phrase and control. It was another ambitious song choice that paid off and she finished the live performances with one stroke.
The results will air Tuesday night on NBC. Who has your voice?