Throughout “The Voice,” the coaches are so busy coaching their talented artists that we rarely get to hear or see performances from them. When we do, it’s usually the best of the best. After all, how could they boast being a coach on “The Voice” if they themselves couldn’t bring it?
Coach Blake Shelton took the stage during “The Voice” semifinals to sing his song “I Lived It” off his new album, Texoma Shore. With just a couple of guitars, a violin and a female vocalist, Blake gave an intimate and near-perfect performance of the song. If you haven’t heard it already, the lyrics alone will send you straight back to your childhood, growing up in the south.
Blake Shelton is entering “The Voice” finale with both Spensha Baker and Kyla Jade, leaving him with the best odds of any coach for winning this thing. Also, Blake’s arch nemisis and BFF Adam Levine has no representation in the finale, which I’m sure Blake is thrilled over.