Season 14 of “The Voice” continued on March 6 with a fourth episode devoted to the blind auditions. Eight of the nine performers made it through to the next round. Which one of these would-be winners stood out for you? Or did you like the one contestant who did not get through this round?
Read our recap of each of their performances and then cast your ballot in our poll. And be sure to make your voice heard in our comments section by sounding off on these contestants and the four coaches: veterans Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, third-timer Alicia Keys and newcomer Kelly Clarkson.
Spensha Baker: “Blackbird”
This 24-year-old from San Antonio, Texas sang the Beatles chestnut “Blackbird.” Keys convinced this artist to join her team rather that of Shelton.
Alexa Cappelli: “I’ve Got the Music in Me”
This 18-year-old from Upland, California sang the Kiki Dee classic “I’ve Got the Music in Me.” She went with rookie coach Clarkson over three-time champ Levine.
Adrian Brannan: “Two More Bottles of Wine”
This 25-year-old from Elko, Nevada sang the Emmylou Harris hit “Two More Bottles of Wine.” None of the four coaches thought enough of this voice to hit their buttons.
Wilkes: “One Headlight”
This 33-year-old from Waleska, Georgia sang the The Wallflowers indie hit “One Headlight.” Shelton, who has coached six winners to date, got this artist by default as he was the only coach to turn.
JessLee: “I’m With You”
This 26-year-old from Loxahatchee, Florida sang the Avril Lavigne breakout tune “I’m With You.” Shelton lost this artist to Clarkson.
Jordyn Simone: “Tennessee Whiskey”
This 17-year old from Los Angeles, California warbled the George Jones standard “Tennessee Whiskey” and ended up on Keys’ team as she was the only coach to turn.
Megan Lee: “Killing Me Softly with His Song”
This 22-year-old from Los Angeles, California took on the Robert Flack track “Killing Me Softly and also ended up on Keys’ team as she was the only coach to hit her button.
Jaron Strom: “This Magic Moment”
This 29-year old from Shelby, North Carolina got only Shelton to turn for this rendition of the Drifters classic “This Magic Moment.”
Terrence Cunningham: “My Girl”
This 36-year old from Washington, D.C. earned the only four-chair turn of the night with his rousing rendition version of the Temptations signature song “My Girl.” He connected with Keys.