Love hurt for Meghan Linsey on the first night of The Voice. This Nashville native drew the attention of all three mentors with her opening audition, as seen here.
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Sarah Potenza is a 34-year old from Nashville. She went all Sam Smith on judges and viewers with her rendition of "Stay with Me" on opening night.
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Sawyer Fredericks is only 15 years old! But he sounded twice that age when impressing folks with "I'm a Man of Constant Sorrow" on The Voice season premiere.
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Deanna Johnson wows the coaches and crowd with her version of "All I Want."
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With his blind-audition version of "How to Save a Life," Blaze Johnson has two coaches competing for him.
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Brooke Adee has the coaches fighting for her after her blind audition, "Skinny Love," strikes a chord.
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Gabriel Wolfchild performs "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" on Season 8 of The Voice.
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Tonya Boyd-Cannon's powerful blind-audition take on Pharrell's "Happy" has three coaches competing for her.
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Joe Tolo performs "To Love Somebody" and wins a spot on The Voice.
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18-year-old Jacob Rummell has his pick of coaches after delivering his version of "Count on Me" in his blind audition.
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Barry Minniefield delivers a strong blind-audition take on "Me and Mrs. Jones."
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New Yorker Kimberly Nicole powers through her blind audition, taking Ike and Tina Turner's "Nutbush City Limits" to new heights.
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