The Voice Season 6 Blind Auditions

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The Voice Season 6 featured a lot of notable contestants vying for spots on the show. See all the blind auditions here!

1. Kaleigh Glanton - Have You Ever Seen the Rain? (The Voice Audition)

With a transcendent "Have You Ever Seen the Rain?" Kaleigh Glanton has all four coaches turned around.

2. Lindsay Bruce - Even If It Breaks Your Heart (The Voice Audition)

Country music hopeful Lindsay Bruce turns Usher and Shakira with her take on "Even If It Breaks Your Heart."

3. Caleb Elder - Groove Me (The Voice Audition)

Caleb Elder's dream to work with Adam Levine comes true when he nails "Groove Me."

4. Brittnee Camelle - Skyscraper (The Voice Audition)

Brimming with confidence, Brittnee Camelle has her pick of coaches with her soaring take on "Skyscraper."

5. Tess Boyer, Josh Murley, Cali Tucker and Austin Ellis (The Voice Auditions)

Tess Boyer's "Wings" puts her on Team Usher, Cali Tucker's "Black Velvet" lands her on Team Blake, and Coach Adam picks up Josh Murley after he sings "The Freshmen" and Austin Ellis after he performs "Drift Away."

6. Kat Perkins: 'Gold Dust Woman' (The Voice Audition)

With a striking take on Fleetwood Mac's "Gold Dust Woman," Kat Perkins has her pick of three coaches.

7. Paula DeAnda: 'The Way' (The Voice Audition)

Former teen star Paula DeAnda makes her dream of a comeback come true with her take on "The Way."

8. Josh Kaufman: 'One More Try' (The Voice Audition)

At the crossroads of a musical career, Josh Kaufman gets a huge vote of confidence after singing George Michael's "One More Try."

9. Alaska and Madi: 'Barton Hollow' (The Voice Audition)

Best friends Alaska and Madi put it all on the line with their audition of "Barton Hollow" - and find a home on Team Blake.

10. Jake Barker: 'When I Was Your Man' (The Voice Audition)

After turning three chairs, Jake Barker secures a spot on Team Usher with his version of "When I Was Your Man."

11. Ria Eaton: 'Cups' (The Voice Audition)

Onetime theater performer Ria Eaton gets two last-second turns after singing "Cups (When I'm Gone)."

12. Cierra Mickens: 'Crazy' (The Voice Audition)

Alaska's Cierra Mickens nails her take on "Crazy" and ends up with her pick of coaches.

13. Ddendyl: 'Stand by Me' (The Voice Audition)

Classically trained in opera, Ddendyl wows the coaches with her version of Ben E. King's "Stand by Me."

14. Dani Moz, Lexi Luca and Music Box (The Voice Auditions)

Dani Moz scores with "I Need Your Love"; Lexi Luca nails her take on "Wasting All These Tears"; and Music Box wows Shakira with her version of "You Gotta Be."

15. Emily B. - Wicked Game (The Voice Audition)

A survivor through and through, Emily B. has her pick of coaches after covering Chris Isaak's "Wicked Game."

16. Stevie Jo - There Goes My Baby (The Voice Audition)

Stevie Jo covers Usher's "There Goes My Baby" - and promptly lands a spot on his team.

17. Megan Ruger - Just Like a Pill" (The Voice Audition)

A performer since she was seven, Megan Ruger knocks 'em dead with her take on "Just Like a Pill."

18. Morgan Wallen - Collide (The Voice Audition)

Former baseball star Morgan Wallen knocks one out of the park with his version of "Collide."

19. Audra McLaughlin - Angel from Montgomery (The Voice Audition)

Anti-bullying advocate Audra McLaughlin turns all four coaches around with her powerful take on John Prine's "Angel from Montgomery."

20. Sisaundra Lewis - Ain't No Way (The Voice Audition)

Mother of three Sisaundra Lewis spins all four coaches in their chairs with her take on Aretha Franklin's hit, "Ain't No Way."

21. Patrick Thomson - Can't You See (The Voice Audition)

Smoky-voiced singer Patrick Thomson has his pick of coaches after a powerful take on The Marshall Tucker Band's "Can't You See."

22. Melissa Jimenez - If I Ain't Got You (The Voice Audition)

A singer since age 12, Melissa Jimenez snares a pair of last-moment chair turns with her "If I Ain't Got You."

23. Ryan Whyte Maloney - Lights (The Voice Audition)

Las Vegas-based singer Ryan Whyte Maloney rocks his way to a four-coach turnaround.

24. Lindsay Pagano, Joshua Howard and Tanner James (The Voice Auditions)

Lindsay Pagano strikes gold with "Lady Marmalade"; Joshua Howard scores with "This Is What It Feels Like"; and Tanner James advances with his take on "Heaven".

25. Brothers Walker - Keep Me in Mind (The Voice)

A pair of identical twin brothers' cover of the Zac Brown Band's "Keep Me in Mind" lands them a spot on Team Usher.

26. DeShawn Washington - Twistin' the Night Away (The Voice Audition)

A small-town singer with a big voice, DeShawn Washington twists his way onto Team Shakira with his version of Sam Cooke's "Twistin' the Night Away."

27. Clarissa Serna - Zombie (The Voice Audition)

A spot-on take on The Cranberries' "Zombie" earns Clarissa Serna her pick of coaches.

28. Sam Behymer - Royals (The Voice Audition)

Nanny Sam Behymer reworks Lorde's "Royals" and has her pick of coaches.

29. Cary Laine: "Better Dig Two" (The Voice Audition)

Mom by day and bar singer by night, Cary Laine wows the coaches and the crowd with a powerful read on The Band Perry's "Better Dig Two."

30. Madilyn Paige: "Titanium" (The Voice Audition)

High school student Madilyn Paige delivers a winning take on David Guetta's "Titanium."

31. Delvin Choice: "A Song for You" (The Voice Audition)

Barista Delvin Choice comes back to audition again, striking gold with his take on Donny Hathaway's "A Song for You."

32. Deja Hall: "True Colors" (The Voice Audition)

16-year-old Deja sings herself into three coaches' hearts with her original take on Cyndi Lauper's "True Colors."

33. Noah Lis: "Me and Mrs. Jones" (The Voice Audition)

Smooth-singing Noah Lis has his pick of coaches with his soulful take on Billy Paul's "Me and Mrs. Jones."

34. Christina Grimmie: "Wrecking Ball" (The Voice Audition)

This video helped Christina Grimmie gain popularity on The Voice. Watch her cover the Miley Cyrus classic.

35. Jake Worthington: "Don't Close Your Eyes" (The Voice Audition)

Back for a second chance, Jake Worthington returns triumphant with his take on Keith Whitley's "Don't Close Your Eyes."

36. Kristen Merlin: "Something More" (The Voice Audition)

After a rousing take on Sugarland's "Something More," bar singer Kristen Merlin has a choice of coaches.

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