NBC’s “The Voice is a four-time Emmy Award-winning musical competition series. Caitlin Quisenberry (@caitlinquisenberrymusic) is a rising Nashville-based singer-songwriter from Denver, Colorado. Not too long ago, she performed Kacey Musgraves’ hit single, “Rainbow,” during The Voice’s Blind Audition, the first of five big stages of competition: Blind Auditions, Battle Rounds, Knockouts, Playoffs, and Live Performance Shows.
Watch Caitlin Quisenberry perform Kacey Musgraves’ “Rainbow” single for The Voice Blinds Audition
Caitlin Quisenberry impressively wowed the live studio audience and viewers watching at home with her memorable performance. She did enormously well, that two of the four superstar coaches: the “Queen of Country” Reba McEntire and Gwen Stefani, turned their chairs to catch a glimpse of Caitlin singing with everything she had inside her 27-year-old body, while her parents stood by watching proudly with tears in their eyes.
Emotions were high, and Reba and Gwen both took an interest in wanting to be Caitlin’s coach. But sadly, only one of them could be chosen. The other two superstar coaches, Niall Horan and John Legend were also impressed with Caitlin’s performance, but they decided to sit back and let Reba and Gwen duke it out to see who would represent Caitlin. In the end, the choice was clear for the world to see and for Caitlin to make. She chose Reba, not because of the red hair, but because Reba is an icon in the genre that Caitlin sings in. All Reba knows is Country and Caitlin desires that knowledge. Who’s better to give it to her than Reba?
Caitlin Quisenberry performs
“When you started, I heard Country,” Reba told Caitlin, minutes before Caitlin chose her as her coach. “I heard a great quality voice, just what I like to listen to. I do have a lot of experience in the music industry, and I’ve had wonderful coaches in my career. People who have guided me, and I think I can help you out with some of the things that people have been so sweet to teach me. And we’re both redheads. So, that’s a plus.”
One thing’s for sure, Caitlin Quisenberry did it. She made it passed the Blind Audition stage, chose her celebrity coach, and now, she’s moving on to the competition part of the show, the Battle Rounds. Caitlin’s goal is to be named “The Voice” and receive the grand prize, a recording contract. Tune in for the next episode of Season 24 of NBC’s The Voice and follow Caitlin Quisenberry’s epic journey to becoming the next big singing phenomenon that the world has ever seen.
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