Although Adam Levine has been a coach on the “The Voice” since it started in 2011, he has won only three of the previous 13 seasons (his long-time rival, Blake Shelton has mentored six champs). But, according to our readers, a fourth win may finally come his in the current season 15.
They think that he has as good a team as Shelton, returning coach Jennifer Hudson and reigning champ Kelly Clarkson heading into the live round, which kicks off on November 12. We have compiled a power ranking of the contestants now on Team Adam Levine. These would-be winners are listed from best to worst based on: their reception in the knockouts, battles and blind auditions; the resulting sales of their tracks on iTunes; and the votes of viewers like you.
Take a look at detailed bios of each of them below and then cast your vote in our poll at the bottom of this post. And be sure to sound off in the comments section about Levine and his time as a coach on “The Voice.”
Hometown: Port Arthur, Texas
Resident: Beaumont, Texas
DeAndre has been captivated by music his entire life. Some of his earliest memories involve playing drums and piano and singing in school. After high school, life was normal for DeAndre until Hurricane Harvey devastated his hometown. DeAndre’s family lost everything – clothes, cars and even their home. Although the family plans to rebuild, DeAndre is hoping to find his new home on “The Voice” stage.
Hometown: Jersey City, New Jersey
Resident: Jersey City, New Jersey
Radha’s full name, Radharani, means “graceful Indian queen.” Her parents emigrated from the Philippines to provide a better life for their family, making her first-generation American. Karaoke is big in Filipino culture, and RADHA likes to say she “learned how to read and sing at the same time.” Her first big performance was in her sixth grade talent show, which sparked her lifelong dream of music.
Hometown: Memphis (Collierville), Tennessee
Resident: Germantown/Memphis, Tennessee
Reagan is one of the youngest artists in the competition and has dreamed of becoming “The Voice” since watching Season 1 when she was just six years old. After performing at local fairs for two years, Reagan got the chance to sing the national anthem for 16,000 people at a Memphis Grizzlies game, and she was a real show-stopper. She loves to use her music to spread joy and happiness. She currently performs once a month at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. Reagan is a straight-A student and dreams of attending Georgia Tech to study engineering.
Hometown: Mesa, Arizona
Resident: Laie, Hawaii
Tyke has moved around the U.S. his entire life, but he now calls Hawaii home. He spends his days surfing, playing music and performing all around Oahu in a band called the Moss. The band often performs at fundraisers and music events that give back to the arts and community. He not only is a singer, but a guitarist, piano player and songwriter, as well. Tyke comes to “The Voice” in hopes of bringing his music to a bigger stage. After “The Voice,” he plans to live in a van near the ocean.
Hometown: Kannapolis, North Carolina
Resident: Charlotte, North Carolina
Music is Kameron’s life. His love for music started at a very young age when his grandpa drove him around in his old pickup truck listening to country radio. He got his start singing in church when he was 10 and later joined a band in high school that played gigs around town. Last year, his mom was diagnosed with a degenerative disc injury in her back and had to stop working. Kameron decided to quit college and get a job to help out. Kameron now works full-time as an auto parts consultant. He performs as much as possible and is a worship leader at Elevation Worship. Kameron is hoping that “The Voice” gives him the platform to jump start his music career.
Hometown: Milton, Massachusetts
Resident: Boston, Massachusetts
Steve has always been an entertainer, even as a young kid. His father put the musical bug in his ear by playing Frank Sinatra. Sadly, when Steve was 20 his father was killed in a tragic accident. His dad was always supportive of his music, and in order to heal, Steve started a band. He now owns and operates his own party band in Boston called Classic Yellow, which plays at weddings and corporate events. In addition to music, Steve also does improv comedy once a week. He feels at home wherever he can entertain and knows his dad would be proud.
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