‘The Voice’ Knockout Rounds, Night 1: Making ‘We’ to the Live Rounds

We’ve moved one step closer to a new champ being crowned on The Voice, but there’s still a lot of work left to be done. After the Blind Auditions and the Battle Rounds, singers will once again square off in the Knockout Rounds. We say farewell to Sammy Hagar, Charlie Puth, Joan Jett and Bette Midler as advisors, but each team will get assistance from country reigning couple Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. With each of the coaches having only one “steal” to use, which coach will use it wisely and which will come to regret letting someone special go home? Only time will tell, so let’s get into Night 1 of The Voice Knockout Rounds. Continue reading “‘The Voice’ Knockout Rounds, Night 1: Making ‘We’ to the Live Rounds”

Dave Moisan, Michael Sanchez Wow in Night 2 of The Voice Battle Rounds

As typically happens, the Tuesday editions of The Voice run an hour instead of two, which means much more scrambling to get things in. But the second night of The Voice Battle Rounds found Teams Alicia, Blake and Miley advancing performers, while Team Adam remained active with a key steal. Plus, sadly, a trio of performers got montaged. So let’s dig in and see what happened on Night 2 of The Voice Battle Rounds. Continue reading “Dave Moisan, Michael Sanchez Wow in Night 2 of The Voice Battle Rounds”

The Voice Blind Auditions, Night 1: Riley Elmore, Ali Caldwell + Gabe Broussard Turn Heads + Chairs

It’s a new season of The Voice with a pair of brand new coaches eager to make their mark and a wealth of fresh talent ready to put their vocal talents to the test. The season technically began almost a month ago with a post Olympics preview and two artists being snatched up. From that moment, we could tell that Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys were serious threats to the long-running reign of Blake Shelton and Adam Levine, as each of the newbies were well versed in salesmanship and aggressively competing to snap up Darby Walker and We McDonald. But the longtime vets have a proven track record of success on the show and grooming talent that is not to be overlooked. So with that, let’s get a look at which new voices ended up with which coaches: Continue reading “The Voice Blind Auditions, Night 1: Riley Elmore, Ali Caldwell + Gabe Broussard Turn Heads + Chairs”