‘The Voice’ Promo Sends The Coaches to 1960’s Rat Pack Las Vegas
One of my favorite things about The Voice is their creative promotions. Who can forget last season’s 70’s cop show drama or their weird Super Bowl ad this year? The team behind The Voice is extremely creative and they always come up with amazing stuff. In this promo for the February 26 premiere, they send the coaches back in time to the 1960’s where they are performing in some kind of Rat Pack inspired show.
There was a time in Vegas that rather than having washed up pop stars perform they had a powerhouse group made up of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr. and Joey Bishop. The Voice coaches step into those glamorous days in this video. Blake Shelton and Adam Levine give their version of the Sinatra classic Fly Me To The Moon before Alicia Keys and Kelly Clarkson slay Nina Simone’s Feeling Good. It reminds us once again that not only are these four great judges but they are also tremendously talented singers.
It’s fun to watch Blake sing a classic standard-type song with his Southern twang. He does a pretty good job. Maybe he should pull a Lady Gaga and do an album with Tony Bennet?