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On The Voice the greatest most improved young singer is 15-years-old Joana Martinez - (The Voice/NBC photo)

 

 

The female duo Hello Sunday, both 14-years-old also made huge strides in their performances - (The Voice/NBC photo)

 

 

This past week the most outstanding performance came from Rose Short a former Texas corrections officer - (The Voice/NBC photo)

 

 

 

 

Video Beat EXTRA EXTRA - THE VOICE CONTESTANTS STEPPED UP!

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Thus far Kaden and Hoot are they most consistent and by far the best voices in the competition. They know who they are and aren't searching for anything they simply know who they are and sing from their soul - It seems as if due to the contestants success in getting through the competition thus far, they have reached a comfort zone and confidence level. The jitters are gone and the performance adrenaline has kicked in - The most outstanding performance came from Rose Short a former Texas corrections officer

 

 

THE TURNING POINT in the TOP 13

Sunday, November 24, 2019

Forgive me lord for I'm about to sin. I am about to mention Simon Cowell's name and refer to some of his rules thus known as SIMON SAYS.

But... before we do that let's give a big shout out to The Voice contestants for their brilliant performance this past week. They proved me wrong as they all were much improved over their previous week's performances.

The most outstanding performance came from Rose Short a former Texas corrections officer. Short sang "I Turn to You" a song she chose and it was a great decision. She was 100% into that song with her soul and emotion and her vocal was SPOT ON. There is absolutely no way she could have had a better performance. It was (my opinion) the best of the evening.

The viewing audience felt differently as they selected Jake Hoot singing "Danny's Song" as the best of the night via their streaming it on Apple Music. As usual Hoot and Kate Kaden gave strong performances. The difference between them and Short is they do it every week and Short was the most improved over previous performances. In the past she did nothing that was memorable but this week she did.

As Simon Cowell often mentioned that song selection is a major factor on winning. Both Kaden and Hoot have been consistent in their song selections and when it was in their coaches' hands they made the right choices.

No other contestants have been as consistent week after week with strong performances. Their voices are mature and they know who they are while other contestants may have talent but… they are still developing and trying to find their sound and comfort zone or identity. For the younger singers their voices are still changing and really don't know what type of vocalist they want to be.

The greatest improved young singer is Joana Martinez. She was surprisingly in the bottom three after singing the Miami Sound Machine's "Get On Your Feet." She performed it well but the viewing audience felt differently.

When the bottom three performed to be saved she survived by singing "Superwoman." Not only was her vocal strong but as her coach Gwen Stefani pointed out it was how well she performed. Being only 15-years-old and moving around the stage for the first time amazed Stefani who said it was the first time that Martinez did that in taking charge of the stage. It was as if she was a seasoned performer.

What it comes down to is when a talent is into it they are somewhat possessed in what they do They are beyond the thinking stage and knowing the material they let themselves go and as they say… get into it. Both Short and Martinez are coached by Stefani as is Myracle Holloway. Holloway also was uninhibited and gave her best performance in the competition.

It seems as if due to their success in getting through the competition thus far, they have reached a comfort zone and confidence level. The jitters are gone and the performance adrenaline kicks in.

The female duo Hello Sunday, both 14-years-old also made huge strides in their performances. That was evident by the viewer's votes when last week they were in the bottom three of the Top 20 and this week they sailed through the Top 13 voting to come back this coming week.

It's amazing how much confidence has played a part in the talent's development. Last week many were singing out of tune or singing the wrong lyrics in spite of what the coaches say as they are being overly kind. That is troubling when as a musician we know when something is out of tune or the lyrics are wrong.

Simon says... don't forget the lyrics.

Thus far Kaden and Hoot are they most consistent and by far the best voices in the competition. They know who they are and aren't searching for anything they simply know who they are and sing from their soul.

The roundup is… there are four 30 plus (years old) contestants in the competition. The question is can one survive to be THE VOICE? .

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