Like The voiceSeason 19 of the blind audition continued on Monday, with two contestants making a big impression – one demonstrating the vocal power of someone twice (three times?) His age, and the other surpassing Kelly Clarkson one of her own songs. And if you read further, we will look not only at their trials, but also at the one that could happen, whose chance to join the John Legend team was thwarted by Gwen Stefani’s Bloc.
Rio Suma (Team Legend), “Cruisin ‘” – Class: C | Although he holds the coveted job of car mechanic in “very lavish”
Ryan Berg (Team Gwen), “Waiting for the world to change” – Class: C + | Presented at first as a really blind audition, Ryan, with his vocals “Drinking Gravel Tinis,” sounded like he was going to be a rough rocker – say Pryor Baird. But it turned out that the Texan really looked more like an accountant with a baby face. I feel bad giving him C + because his voice was hard; it just wasn’t terribly interesting. While Rio’s performance had gone too far, Ryan had too few. Anyway, since Gwen had blocked John, the turn of the two chairs was, as his coach put it, “stuck” to her, so I didn’t think he’d be around too long.
Jus Jon (Blake Team), Talk – Class: C + | Before his moment in the spotlight, Jus Jon (has nothing to do with Will and Grace(Just Just Jack) told us that his mother, already affected by MS, has a cheerful tendency to tell people in grocery stores that she will become famous and make him sing about them. Unfortunately, his audition was another case of a refined voice, a lazy performance. Even Gwen noted that this is a kind of flat line – it stays in one place all the time. Moreover, he was so nervous on stage, as hard as a diving board.
Ben Allen (Blake Team), Red Road – Class: A- | The 42-year-old, born in Tennessee, did not find his love for music until he was 30, after which he quickly noticed that whatever he sang would come out with sound. Needless to say, Blake spun his chair for a nanosecond. But it was a good move. Ben’s voice was so rich that it could make you feel like you were cheating on your diet just by listening. And he could no longer be a state if he sang with a piece of hay sticking out of his mouth. His eventual coach went so far as to describe him as “nose-sounding” – which Blake meant as a compliment.
Kelsey Watts (Kelly team), “I Dare You” – Class: A | This showboat singer told us before she came on stage that she did not regret for a minute that she decided to be a singer instead of her first choice: a pirate. After all, she is still in the water and receiving a salary. When the spotlight fell on her, she almost ripped my heart out with the transmission of her coach’s blow, an emotional and naked interpretation that Kelly said had “lifted” her with its dynamism. Kelsey even dropped a whistle note because of Pete. She and Ben are the ones to watch.
Carter Rubin (Team Gwen), “Before You Go” – Class: A | Presented initially as a truly blind audition, this 14-year-old from Long Island fooled me into thinking she was a woman with a hoarse voice. But that surprise was perhaps the least impressive thing about his performance. It was as hard as a brick wall and so nuanced that you’d think he must have taken vocal lessons in utero. Definitely not your average “cute audition kid.” The voice. “And just when you thought you couldn’t love Carter anymore, we found out about his insanely sweet relationship with his older autistic. I hate being excited about the background, but I’ll admit that I didn’t just retire. thinking the turn of two chairs can win, but hoping he would.
Casmé (Team Legend), “Baby, I love you” – Class: A- | The oldest of the eight, this 39-year-old New Orleans has been mentoring young women for so long that when she got married, she had a virtual army of bridesmaids. She hoped she could prove a mistake to those who doubted why she was still pursuing her musical dreams at her age. Mission accomplished. Her voice shifted from silky to raw to hoarse during the audition. What’s more, the turn for a chair was animated and fun to watch, a real dynamo, especially when it became more comfortable on stage. Jus Jon could bear to take advice for her show.
DeSz (TBD Team), “Unbreak My Heart” – Grade: B- | After sharing the harrowing story of how he first sang in public at his mother’s funeral at the age of 11 – at her mother’s request – the contestant with the most difficult-to-spell name of the season brought eventually memorable lower case of the scene. She obviously had tubes for days, but she only got a C from me – her performance was shaky as a shake – until she hit a run towards the end, which can be classified as a marathon. Maybe I’m as nice as John at the moment, but DeSz let me say “Well, okay” more than “Well, everyone. right!! “Anyway, the revelation about the selection of the coaches on the four-place turn was left as a rock for Tuesday. See you here tomorrow?”
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