The Voice Recap 02/26/18: Season 16 Episode 2 “The Blind Auditions Premiere, Part 2”

The Voice Recap 02/26/18: Season 16 Episode 2 "The Blind Auditions Premiere, Part 2"

Tonight on NBC’s Emmy Award-winning musical competition The Voice airs with an all-new Tuesday, February 26, 2019, season 16 episode 2 and we have your The Voice recap right below. On tonight’s The Voice season 16 episode 2, called, “The “Blind Auditions” continue as superstar coaches Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton all vie to discover and coach the next singing phenomenon.

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Domenic Haynes – 18 – Tampa FL -singing River by Leon Bridges

Adam turns and blocks John, Blake turns.

Judges Comments: John: “You tone is so interesting and beautiful, you make such excellent choices with ever note you song. It has nuance, the fact that you are 18 is amazing.” Adam: “It hurt me to have to block John but that is a testament to you. I think you might be my favorite singer from 16 seasons on the show. There is a raw soul that is missing right now, your hand is drawn to that. It took me four seconds to turn around.” Blake: “Every muscle in your body is creating that sound, tyring to get that tone out of there. You have the ability to separate yourself from everybody, congratulations.” Kelly: “You are so talented, you are natural born story teller, very cool man.”

Domenic chooses Team Adam.

Savannah Brister – 17 – Memphis TN – singing Don’t You Worry Bout a Thing by Stevie Wonder

John turns, Kelly turns.

Judges Comments: Kelly: “That was disrespect to not turn around. Your runs were incredible, I just had to turn around because I think you are that talented. I would love for you to be on my team and conquer this competition.” John: “Savannah I turned around quickly, I love your voice, I just felt the energy and I knew I would be in love with the whole performance, you did not let me down at all.” Adam: “I think you should go with John.”

Savannah chooses Team John

The Bundys (Trio) – singing Closer to Fine by Indigo Girls

Kelly turns, Blake turns

Judges Comments: Adam: “First time ever three people on the stage. Beautiful harmonies, great rendition, I’m kind of sad that I didn’t turn around.” John: “Your town is gorgeous, you sounded great.” Kelly: “The best thing about a trio is know when to back off and blend, and you did a really good job.” Blake: “I turned around, I saw a trio and I thought oh no, then it was oh yes. This country harmony you can only have with siblings, let me be a part of this historic journey.”

The Bundys choose Kelly

Klea Olson – 20 – Layton UT – singing No Roots by Alice Merton

No turns

Judges Comments: John: “I thought you did a wonderful job, you were really close, but the execution just wasn’t there.” Adam: “This is one of those situations, I think if you come back, you will have a good chance of making it through.” Kelly: “There is a fine line between freedom and holding it back.”

Hannah Kay – 18 – Magnolia TX – singing Coal Miner’s Daughter by Loretta Lynn

Kelly turns, Blake turns

Judges Comments: Kelly: “I do love the authentic country, it is missing. I get that Blake is on country radio, but I would understand if you don’t pick me.” Blake: “The truth is the old style is out there it is just not being celebrated anymore. You are the real deal.”

Hannah chooses Team Blake

Julian King – 25 – Philadelphia PA – singing All Time Low by Jon Bellion

John turned and blocked Adam

Judges Comments: John: “You sang that song man, your voice is so clear, beautiful and powerful, welcome to my team.” Blake: “I’m just glad you can’t make the wrong decision.”

The End

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