Huntley’s Winning Journey on ‘The Voice’ — See All His Performances
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The Voice has finally crowned it’s Season 24 champion, Fredericksburg, Virginia native and a father of two, Huntley. This raspy rock singer impressed since his four-chair audition, let’s relive his winning journey.
All of Huntley’s The Voice Performances
Huntley came to the stage singing “She Talks to Angels” by The Black Crowes. His impressive vocals prompted all four coaches, Gwen Stefani, John Legend, Reba McEntire, and Niall Horan, to turn their chairs. At the end of his audition, Huntley invited his daughter Stella to the stage, to pick his team — Team Niall.
In the next round, Huntley returned to the stage alongside teammate Brailey Landerman. The two sang “Hold My Hand” by Hootie & the Blowfish. Niall Horan picked Huntley as the winner of the battle.
During the three-way Knockout Round, Huntley performed against Claudia B. and Noah Spencer. For his portion of the Knockout, he sang “Wanted Dead or Alive” by Bon Jovi.
During the Playoff round, Huntley decided to honor his daughter with David Kushner‘s “Daylight.” Although we had already seen it, this emotional track really solidified the singer as a powerhouse vocalist
Once the show turned to the Live Rounds, Huntley exploded on stage. He was good in the rounds before, but the Live Shows showcased him as great. In his Top 12 performance, he sang “With a Little Help From My Friends” by The Beatles.
Fans picked the best song for Huntley during the highly anticipated Fan Choice week. Fans picked “Way Down We Go” by KALEO. We need him to release a professional recording of this song asap.
Taylor Swift Trio
In the Top 9, artists had to prepare two pieces, their solo piece, and a Taylor Swift trio. For this trio, Huntley was paired with Team Legend’s Lila Ford and Mac Royals. The group sang “exile;” if I’m being honest, they weren’t the best trio of the night.
During the Top 5, Huntley exploded on stage again with “Higher” by Creed. The staging of his live performances always seemed to really fit his song, and overall dark vibe. It really felt like he was already a star here.
In the first portion of the Finale, Huntley performed “Another Love” by Tom Odell. This song, being slightly slower than the rest, really showed off just how beautiful his voice is.
Finale Coach Performance
Niall Horan couldn’t have picked a better song for his duet with Huntley. Following the classic rock vibe that Huntley had been following throughout the entire show, the pair performed a duet of Bob Dylan’s “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door.”