The Voice 2013’s Warren Stone Talks Picking Adam Levine Over Blake Shelton
Adam Levine scored a major win this week, and we’re not talking about his massive summer tour with Kelly Clarkson. On the April 1 episode of The Voice Season 4, the tattooed rocker stole his first country contestant from rival Blake Shelton.
Firefighter Warren Stone rocked The Voice stage with Zac Brown Band’s “Colder Weather,” prompting a three-chair turn and an epic battle between the coaches.
Ultimately, Adam Levine scored the 31-year-old single father and left Blake fuming in his cowboy boots.
Wetpaint Entertainment caught up with Warren the day after his audition aired to talk about his shocking decision to join Team Adam.
“They tell us time and time again to just go with your gut and just talking with them after the chairs turned, there was just a connection,” Warren told us. “I really felt that [Adam] would give me 110 percent, which he has. He’s been phenomenal thus far, and I’m just really excited for what the future's going to hold.”
And Warren’s not concerned about the effect of his decision after the show ends.
“You can kind of tell that there’s a great chemistry with all the coaches,” he said. “The way I see it is it’s just opening more doors. I’m not worried at all because obviously Blake and Adam are pretty tight. If it’s something that Adam can’t do after the show, I’m sure Blake would step in and help out.”
So now that Warren’s on Adam’s team, will he branch out from singing country?
“[I pick songs based on] what I can relate to,” he said. “Playing the restaurants and the bar scene, you play a mix of everything from rock to pop to old Motown stuff. You can give it a country feel. I’m kind of open for anything. I’m just enjoying the ride and really excited to see what the next step’s going to bring. I’m not opposed to trying anything new.”
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