The Voice Flashback
The Voice is back and we are excited to see what country stars will emerge from this season.
The show has a talent for finding country music talent. Today we take a look back at some of today's country music artists who got their start on The Voice.
Danielle Bradbery: Season 4 winner of The Voice. Danielle has been releasing new music in preparation for the upcoming release of her album, I Don't Believe We've Met.
The Swon Brothers: After finishing third in the fourth season of The Voice, the brothers released their debut album with a successful single in "Later On". The Swon Brothers are currently touring and promoting their latest EP, Pretty Cool Scars.
Jake Worthington: Runner-up on season six, Jake has had quite the success on the Texas Radio Music Charts. His latest EP, Hell of a Highway, has already produced two songs that have climbed the charts. "A Lot of Room to Talk" took the number one spot on the Texas Regional Radio Report and "Big Time Lonesome" has also been sitting comfortably within the top five for several weeks.
Cassadee Pope: Since winning season three of The Voice, Cassadee released her debut album that topped the Country Albums charts and performed a duet with Chris Young that earned her a Grammy nomination.
RaeLynn: Eliminated in the quarterfinals of season two, RaeLynn has since performed with Blake Shelton and the Pistol Annies on "Boys Round Here" and released her debut album, WildHorse in 2016.
Gwen Sebastian: After competing on the second season of The Voice, Gwen became a backup singer for both Blake and Miranda. She also recorded "My Eyes" a duet with Shelton. Gwen recently released her new single, "Cadillac" which was co-written by Gwen and Miranda Lambert.