The Voice Premiere Recap 2/27/17: Season 14 Episode 2 “The Blind Auditions Premiere, Part 2”

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Tonight on NBC’s Emmy Award-winning musical competition The Voice airs with an all-new Monday, February 27, 2018, season 14 episode 2 and we have your The Voice recap right below.  On tonight’s The Voice season 14 episode 2, “The Blind Auditions Premiere, Part 2” as per the NBC synopsis, “The “blind auditions” continue as superstar coaches Kelly Clarkson, Alicia Keys, Adam Levine, and Blake Shelton all vie to discover and coach the next singing phenomenon from the country’s best vocalists.”

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The first contestant tonight is Davison, he’s a worship leader in his church and a stylist and he is singing “To Love Somebody.” Adam and Blake turn their chairs, Kelly and Alicia don’t. Alicia: “You are outrageous, your voice is so beautiful and it has a storyteller energy to it, you went boom right from the beginning.” Blake: “I love that song, I think the BeeGees recorded it. There is something so vintage about your voice it is almost magical. I would be honored to be your coach” Kelly: “Your voice sounds classic like vinyl.” Adam: “Your voice embodies what this show is all about, it just speaks to us. I think you could the Voice and I want to help you.” Davison chooses Adam.

Next up is Jaclyn Lovey, she was inspired by Johnny Cash and Billie Holiday, she is singing “Can’t Help Falling in Love.” Alicia and Blake turn their chairs, Kelly and Adam don’t. Kelly: “Nobody on this show sounds like you.” Alicia: “I feel like sometimes in this world we feel like we have to overperform and your voice is so simple and pure.” Blake: “Your voice makes me feel every word, this country guy. Literally, for the first time in my life when you were singing, I envisioned myself riding a unicorn and holding a carebear. I have to have you on my team.” Alicia: “I love classic songs, we will keep it real and honest and I want to do that for you.” Jaclyn chooses Alicia.

Sophia Dion singing “Whatta Man” with a country flare. Nobody turns their chairs. Kelly: “I was so close, I was waiting for a little extra and that is why I didn’t pick you.” Blake: “If I can’t understand what people are saying when they are singing it drives me nuts and for the most, I could, but not all of it, it could have been cleaned up and that is why I didn’t hit my buzzer.”

Next followed three singers who all fell short, Brittney Spencer singing “Road Less Traveled,” Karianne Jean singing “Blue Ain’t Your Color” and Wildee Fasaro singing “Legends.”

Molly Stevens is looking for her break in the industry, she is singing “Heavenly Day.” Kelly and Blake turned their chairs, Alicia and Adam didn’t. Kelly: “People on this show think that if you are country only Blake can help you but that is not true, I have had no help from Blake and I have been successful in country music.” Blake: “My life is country music, I don’t go from one genre to the next, I am country and i’m proud of it.” Molly chooses Kelly.

Dylan Hartigan is signing “Danny’s Song.” Kelly is the only one to turn her chair. Kelly: “I didn’t even have to fight for you, you are so good, you have a solid voice. I can’t wait to see what you have in your arsenal. What is your style of music, is there a style you like (he says, folk rock).” Adam: “You are great, I love that song. It’s a classic and that nostalgic caused me some trouble with this button, but you have Kelly and she is awesome.”

Pryor Baird is singing “I Don’t Need No Doctor.” All the judges turn around. Kelly: “You look like a man, a sexy man. I love all of it, your soulfulness was innate but you were rocking it as well. I would love to have you on my team.” Adam: “I am so happy that I turned first. The way that you make that guitar sound is absolutely singular and unique and amazing. I usually don’t hear someone play and sing the way you do, it is rare.” Blake: “You sounded like Pete Anderson, dude you are an incredible vocalist, it sounded like you smoked a pack of cigarettes and drank a bottle of whiskey before you got on stage. I did that stuff for years to sound like you and I didn’t get there. You were born with that weathered sound. You have to pick me as your coach.” Alicia: “I felt like there was such a power in you, such a range, it felt so good and that is why I would love to help you to explore this.” Pryor chooses Blake.


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