During Night 6 of “The Voice” Season 13, Gary Carpentier‘s performance of Michael Buble‘s “Home” caused Adam Levine to press his button and give a standing ovation. As Carpentier was the final blind audition shown on TV in Season 13, it added an extra level of emotion to his performance. When Levine turned his chair around, Carpentier audibly lost control during the middle of his song. Watch Gary Carpentier’s “The Voice” blind audition video above.
“Don’t cry yet, we only just started working together,” noted Levine. “Dude, you did lose your mind when I turned. It was like this smooth, rich tone and it was butter and it was perfect and it was so good, and then I turned around. It was a noise unlike anything I’ve ever heard in my life.”
“But I just wanted to thank you, Gary,” Levine concluded as the audience cheered. “Because you get to go home knowing that you were the guy that I sat here all day driving everyone here in this room crazy waiting for. First of all, welcome to Team Adam. Second of all, my team is full!”
Carpentier is 26 years old and currently resides in Liverpool, New York. Here is his official NBC bio: “Gary grew up playing baseball in the small town of Oswego, New York, making it on to first team for high school baseball players in All-Central New York. Outside of baseball, Gary was involved in chorus and a few musicals, even playing Gaston in a rendition of “Beauty and the Beast.” After high school he went to college to play baseball and had a few major league scouts look at him, but ultimately dropped out and rediscovered his love of music. Currently he plays three or four days a week in local bars and restaurants, which is how he met his fiancée, Becky. Despite living paycheck to paycheck, she has supported his musical career. Having a chair turn around for Gary would be the biggest event of his life.”
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