WATCH: ‘The Voice’ Has Its Very First Trio Audition
Last night was a memorable one of Blind Auditions on The Voice! Coach John Legend was blocked for the THIRD time (then got revenge on Adam Levine) and the first trio ever auditioned…and joined a team!
The sibling trio goes by The Bundys. Watch their history-making Blind Audition below!
The Bundys are made up of Katey, Ryan, and Megan Bundy, three siblings from Cincinnati, Ohio. They now live in Nashville. Their websitesays the trio is inspired by artists like John Denver, Simon and Garfunkel, and Dolly Parton. In the past, they’ve recorded a full-length album and even opened for Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter LeAnn Rimes on her tour.
And on The Voice stage, The Bundys turned Blake and Kelly’s chairs. Their harmonies were perfect on their cover of “Closer to Fine” by The Indigo Girls. I was honestly surprised they didn’t turn all four chairs! Their Blind Audition is one of the best I’ve heard from a non-solo artist in years. Overall, they seem like the full package to me, but I’m a sucker for good harmonizing.
So which team did they join? See for yourself!
That’s right, the first ever trio on The Voice is on…Team Kelly! But their journey ahead will be a difficult one. In the Battle Rounds, they will most likely go up against a solo artist. It will be hard to balance the vocals and harmonies of three vocalists with one soloist. Also, at what point does it go from being just a singing act that can compete with these soloists, versus being a band? The Voice will have to draw this line very carefully.
But if anyone can get through the obstacles ahead, I personally think it’s The Bundys! They’re not new to the stage and seem very refined in their performances. Plus, we’ve seen a handful of duos win in Battles before. If The Bundys make it into the Live Shows, they will be just the second non-solo act to do so. The first (and only so far) was The Swon Brothers in Season 4.