The Voice 2013 Blind Auditions Episode 4 Recap: A Big Night Of Talent| October 2, 2013 at 12:46 AM EST
The Voice 2013 Blind Auditions conditioned Tuesday night as more talented artists found their way onto either Team Adam, Blake, Cee Lo or Christina.
Let’s take a look at all the standouts from the night.
Will Champlin, “Not Over You.” This guy is a natural. It’s in his blood. He’s got a great voice, a great energy and a nice look. But for some reason the coaches were hesitant to turn. It really made no sense. Blake and Adam eventual turned. Then Cee Lo. So it was looking a little rough for him at first but then he got the chance to pick between the three guys. He goes with Team Adam.’
Macey Estes, “The Way.” She was a lot of fun. I like her little raps. I’m not sure she’s the absolute best vocalist, but she seems pretty marketable.The coaches decided to skip her, though for some reason.
Stephanie Anne Johnson, “Black Horse and a Cherry Tree.” I hated the song arrangement, but this girl’s talent can’t be denied. I think once she has some guidance from her coach, she’ll be a lot better and more enjoyable. Christina and Cee Lo both turned their chairs for her. She decided to go with Christina as her coach.
Sam Cerniglia, “It’s a Beautiful Day.” I thought this guy was very lounge singer-ish and I would have passed on him. He’s just very bland and vanilla all around. He’s talented and handsome, but I don’t see America really getting behind him. He got to choose between Blake and Cee Lo and he went with Blake.
James Irwin, “Losing My Religion.” Great song choice and arrangement. He barely got anything out before every singe coach turned. I think they turned a little too early, but whatever. His performance was great and the coaches were ready to fight for him.He goes with Adam.
Olivia Henken, “Two Black Cadillacs.” This girl is a little too much like Carrie Underwood. I’d suggest she change her image just a bit so she’s not compared to her. She’s got a great voice, though and is quite marketable. But like I said, she needs to change her look. Christina and Cee Lo turn for Olivia. She goes with Team Christina.
Jason Kertson, “Kips of An Angel.” I don’t think this was the right song for this guy. He’s got an interesting and unique sound, but the song didn’t really connect with him. And that’s probably why no on turned around.
R. Anthony, “Hall of Fame.” His effortless performance had me sold pretty early. It took Christina a minute to get it, but she did. And so did Cee Lo at the very last second. He decides to go with Cee Lo.
Justin Chain, “She’s Country.” Stereotypical country guy. He’ll end up on Team Blake so let’s just fast-foward this now. And that’s what happens. Duh.
Ashley Dubose, “Diamonds.” She’s got a great voice so I’m not sure why she insists on adding that little annoying and fake twang. I liked her a lot aside from that. When she’s just belting, she’s fantastic. But when she’s trying to present that gimmicky sound, it’s irritating. But not irritating enough for me to say she’s not good. She’s VERY good. She gets all four coaches to turn and she ends up going with Team Adam.
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