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

Hello From ‘The Voice’ Battle Rounds, Night 1

The Blind Auditions are over, The Voice teams are full, but it's already time to start cutting down and we start with the first night of the Battle Rounds. During Monday's performances, there were two Battles from Teams Alicia and Adam, while Teams Miley and Blake only had one competing duo apiece. Let's see how … Continue reading Hello From ‘The Voice’ Battle Rounds, Night 1

‘The Voice’ Before The Battles: A Handicapper’s Guide

Congrats! You got chosen for The Voice, but just making the show is only half the battle and the number of competitors will nearly be cut in half by the time the Battle Rounds are done. So after the Blind Auditions, let's take a look at each team and which singers should shape the competition … Continue reading ‘The Voice’ Before The Battles: A Handicapper’s Guide

‘The Voice’ Blinds: Courtney Harrell, Blaine Long Lead Coaches Final Picks

This is where things get interesting. It's the final night of the Blind Auditions on The Voice, which means the remaining competitors are subjected to a little more discerning ear from each of the coaches. Who will get the nods? Who will be criminally overlooked? Which coach will be left unable to turn when arguably … Continue reading ‘The Voice’ Blinds: Courtney Harrell, Blaine Long Lead Coaches Final Picks

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

Tony Lucca Is “Still Crazy” With “Muscle Shoals” EP

  The Voice alum and Nashville based recording artist Tony Lucca releases his digital EP Tony Lucca: Sessions Vol 2: Muscle Shoals on August 5, 2016 via Rock Ridge Music. The three track collection originates from Lucca's recording session in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, and this creative journey was a memorable one for the singer-songwriter. “Muscle … Continue reading Tony Lucca Is “Still Crazy” With “Muscle Shoals” EP

The Voice Finals: Three Shots, Few Misses

And here we are. It's the finals performance night on The Voice and all four vocalists have plenty of chances to help you decide who to vote for (or who not to vote for if they slip up). But as we've seen throughout the season, there is some serious talent here and after the performances, … Continue reading The Voice Finals: Three Shots, Few Misses

The Voice Semifinals: Hard Choices Await as More Than Four Score

...And then there were eight. But after weeks of being kind with the cuts, The Voice axe will get in some major work this week as the field gets cut in half after the latest performances. So without further adieu, let's see how the remaining Voice competitors did in their biggest moments of the season. … Continue reading The Voice Semifinals: Hard Choices Await as More Than Four Score

The Voice Top 9: Ruling With Restraint

Hey! Who turned off the power? As we head into the Top 9 performances on The Voice, some of the night's top performances were turned in by typical powerhouses who flipped the switch and showcased vulnerability and restraint rather than relying on the rasp, the raw and the power of their voices. So let's get … Continue reading The Voice Top 9: Ruling With Restraint

The Voice Top 10: Got the Blues, Can’t Lose

While the winner of this season's The Voice has yet to be crowned (no matter what Adam Levine may say, the odds are looking more and more like the winner will have a blues background. Once considered a bit of a novelty in the competition, Team Blake's Adam Wakefield and Team Adam's Laith Al-Saadi have … Continue reading The Voice Top 10: Got the Blues, Can’t Lose