The Voice 2014: Best Performances From the Blind Auditions — March 3, 2014 (VIDEO)
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The Voice 2014: Best Performances From the Blind Auditions — March 3, 2014 (VIDEO)

The third night of The Voice 2014 Season 6 Blind Auditions showcased tons of talent — even though we missed quite a few because of the dreaded three-person montage. Aside from that, the contestants we did get to take in were obviously all great  after all, they were picked — but there were quite a few that stood out from the pack.

Folk country duo Brothers Walker gave us Swon Brother feelings with their rendition of The Band Perry’s “Keep Me In Mind,” while Clarissa Serna definitely showed that she had the chops to make it on the show with her cover of “Zombie” by The Cranberries. De’Shawn Washington totally caught our attention both with his knowledge of classic R&B songs and with his performance of “Twistin’ the Night Away” by Sam Cooke. And lets not forget Melissa Jimenez, who blew the judges away with her bilingual, acapella version of “If I Ain’t Got You” by Alicia Keys.

Though powerhouse vocalist Sisaundra Lewis should get our title of best performance of the night with her commanding version of Aretha Franklin’s “Ain’t No Way,” we ultimately give the best performance to none other than Ryan Whyte Maloney for “Lights” by Journey. Why? Well, first off, because it’s Journey, and if anyone can match the high-pitched rocker vocals of Steve Perry, then that person definitely deserves Best Performance.

Do you agree with our pick? Watch the clip below and tell us if you agree in the comments below!

03.4.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Afiya Augustine
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