The Voice 2014: Best Performances From the Season 6 Blind Auditions — March 4, 2014 (VIDEO)
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The Voice 2014: Best Performances From the Season 6 Blind Auditions — March 4, 2014 (VIDEO)

The Voice 2014 Season 6 came back with another round of talent during the fourth night of Blind Auditions, and boy were were taken aback. While all the singers did a great enough job to make it to the next round (with three singers being lumped into a montage), there were quite a few standouts of the evening.

Powerhouse vocalist Megan Rüger’s rendition of P!nk’s “Just Like a Pill” totally gave us flashbacks to when the pink-haired musician debuted the song 13 years ago, and singer Emily B’s take on Chris Isaak’s “Wicked Game” was not only fresh, but deserving of a three-chair turn.

Morgan Wallen’s raw grit definitely made his performance of “Collide” by Howie Day quite memorable, but not necessarily the best of the night. Audra McLaughlin’s cover of Bonnie Raitt’s “Angel From Montgomery” may have caused all four coaches to push their buttons, but for us, the best performance of the night had to go to Steven Rosenbaum, aka Stevie Jo.

Stevie embodied the very concept of The Voice — a show based solely on talent. And when the 19-year-old Texas native who looks like Blake but sounds like Usher took the stage to sing Usher’s very own “There Goes My Baby,” he definitely exceeded all the coaches’ all-around expectations. And though Stevie Jo got only one chair turn, it was from the coach he wanted all along.

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

03.5.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Afiya Augustine
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