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Name: Justin Rivers
The Voice Season: 2013 Season 4
Hometown: Mobile, Alabama
Audition Song: “Summertime” by Kenny Chesney
Coaches Who Turned: Blake Shelton
Coach They Picked: Blake Shelton
Justin Rivers is a country sensation in the making, and his voice is off-the-charts amazing! This cowboy was born in Mobile, Alabama, and says he's been singing and playing instruments for as long as he can remember. Justin became a drummer for his parents' church at the age of five, and officially has a chance to wow America with his voice as a top contestant on television's most legit singing competition!
Of course, Justin's had plenty of experience making audiences swoon. He's played extensively with his band, Austins Bridge, and has even worked with the likes of Rascal Flatts' Jay Demarcus, who says Justin is "gifted, genuine and extremely talented.” Oh, and get this: Justin was nominated for a 2011 Grammy! Nowadays, Justin is hard at work on his first album. There's no doubt that his voice is beyond soulful, but will he blow fans away with his vocal abilities?
Check Justin out on The Voice to find out, and make sure to hit up his website, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube channel. Oh, and listen to Justin's music here!
Justin auditioned for The Voice Season 4 with “Summertime” by Kenny Chesney, and the coaches couldn't believe how amazing he sounded. "I snuck in," Blake joked after he turned his chair at the last minute.
Tragically, Blake was the only coach to buzz in to Justin's performance, so looks like this up and comer is on Team Shelton!
On April 23, Justin battled early favorites The Morgan Twins with a rockin' rendition of “Easy” by Rascal Flatts. The competition was anything but easy, but Justin managed to impress coach Blake Shelton, who sent him through to the knockouts.
Justin went head-to-head with teammate and fellow country crooner Savannah Berry, an early favorite in the competition, on April 30. Singing “The Climb” by Miley Cyrus, Justin shocked viewers when Blake crowned him victor. But little did we know, the best was yet to come...
Justin redeemed himself and then some on May 7 when he took The Voice stage with a toe-tapping rendition of "Meet Me in the Middle" by Diamond Rio. His vocals, stage presence, and all-around country charm had the judges (and ladies) swooning — but will it be enough to keep him in the competition?