'The Voice' - More Blind Auditions
On night two of the blind auditions on “the Voice” there were times it seemed more of a who has the most tragic story then featuring singing talent. Nearly every singer who auditioned had some tale to tell.
Adriana was the first to take to the stage. Her performance earned her a standing ovation and all four of the coaches turning their chairs. The coaches felt that Adriana was a superstar. Adriana chose Christina for her coach.
Before coming to singing, Casey Muessigmann was a wrestler. As he was walking out on the stage, Blake remarked that he heard cowboy boots. Casey’s performance of “Sweet Home Alabama” impressed Blake and Cee Lo enough to turn their chairs. Casey chose Blake for a coach.
Musician Aquile took on Sir Elton’s “Your Song” and all but Blake turned their chairs with Adam and Christina doing so early on. As the crowd screamed and cheered Aquile chose Christina for a coach.
Tour production coordinator Ryan Fogerty impressed his boss Lee Ann Rimes with his singing but not the coaches on “The Voice”. No one turned their chairs. Blake said that Ryan needs to develop a little more. Brett, Jamie, and Matt also failed to turn any coach’s chairs.
Guitar playing MacKenzie played as he sang. Cee Le Green was the only coach to turn his chair.
The final performance for the night brought a first for “The Voice” when Mariachi singer Julio performed “Labamba” in Spanish. Julio had barely begun his performance when Blake turned his chair; Cee Lo waited until the last note before turning his chair. Julio chose Blake, who said Julio sand as good as Richie Valens, for his coach.
The teams so far…
Team Cee Lo:
Julio Cesar Castillo
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