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The Voice 2013: Best Performance From the Season 4 Blind Auditions, April 2, 2013 (VIDEO)

Last night’s episode of The Voice Season 4 was only an hour long, but that doesn’t mean there was a lack of talent. Eight artists advanced to the battle rounds, but only one can win our “Best Performance” of the night.

One singer who truly impressed us was Memphis native Patrick Dodd, whose gritty growl is one of the most mature sounds we’ve heard on the show to date. And though she struggled a bit with breathing control, Audrey Karrasch’s post-performance sass had us laughing harder than we ever have at Blake Shelton.

But one singer stood out from the pack. Teen country singer Savannah Berry’s audition of Taylor Swift and The Civil Wars’ “Safe & Sound” was a haunting performance, the likes of which we haven’t seen on The Voice stage.

Savannah really took the song and made it her own, rearranging some of the melodies that fans were familiar with. She was able to show off her artistry in addition to her ethereal sound, and it earned her a three-chair turn from the coaches.

Savannah’s happily on Team Blake Shelton now, but what did you think of her audition? Watch it and tell us what you think below!

04.3.2013 / 11:58 PM EDT by Rachel McRady
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