Watch Adam Wakefield Perform “Soulshine” on The Voice Top 12 Video 4/18/16

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Adam Wakefield of Team Blake chose to perform live “Soulshine” by the Allman Brothers song this week for his Top 12 song performances.  Did you watch tonight’s show? In case you missed tonight’s show, CDL has you covered – read our full and detailed recap right here! And if you missed any of the videos – check those out right here. 

On tonight’s show, the Top Twelve artists performed live for coaches Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Pharrell Williams for America’s votes and a chance to move to the next round. This season the competition is fierce and each of the Top 12 must sing their heart out and deliver the performances of a lifetime to win Season 10 of The Voice.

On tonight’s Top 12 episode, Adam sang “Soulshine” from The Allman Brothers as his live performance and this is the judges’ comments about his performance:

Pharrell says dude, “is that what we’re doing, we’re just taking people to church on TV and setting them free. Pharrell says he came in with a sick gospel intro, sang with precision and vocal intention for people to hear that message and delivered it.”

Adam Levine says, “he’s a huge fan of his and he can choose between a solo career or fronting a band and can do anything he wants with people that he worships and is just so far beyond the real deal that it’s crazy. He says that was like a rock and roll hall of fame performance.”

Coach Blake says, “he’s going to be around for a long, long time no matter what happens with The Voice. He says he’s doing what he’s meant to be doing and looks cool as hell when he does it and calls him a star and claps for him some more.”

Check out the full video below – and share your comments on Adam Wakefield’s Top 12 performance. Do you think Adam can win it all? If you missed any of the Top 12 performances – you can see them all right HERE! Share your thoughts in the comments below on tonight’s finale performances for The Voice Season 10 Top 12.

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