At every performance on NBC The voice season 21, the competition is getting tougher and the contestants are getting closer to success in the music industry. Outstanding candidate Wendy Moten of Blake Shelton’s squad has wowed coaches and fans alike since her blind audition.

Moten’s success is based on his dedication to his craft and his career in the music industry. The Memphis-born contestant grew up singing in church choirs and went on to sing backing vocals for Tim McGraw and Faith Hill from 2005 to 2018, including their famous Soul2Soul II tour.

After his first performance of the 1965 Beatles hit “We Can Work It Out”, Moten performed powerful ballads like “I Will Always Love You” and now “Blue Bayou”.

Monday evening (November 15), Moten’s interpretation of Linda Ronstadt’s “Blue Bayou” left Voice speechless coaches. “I know you’ve been doing this professionally your entire life, but I can’t believe you’re as big a secret as you are,” coach Ariana Grande said. “It is an incredible privilege that we are here for this moment with you.”

“If your dream is to win The voice, keep reaching for a few more weeks here, ”Shelton added. “I think that it is possible.”

After the show, Moten took to social media to express her excitement. “TONIGHT was epic !!!! »Moten said in an Instagram post. “I was fortunate enough to dedicate ‘BLUE BAYOU’ which is one of the most amazing classical songs in music history to one of my greatest mentors #DrLulahHedgeman. It changed my life in many ways Besides my parents and family, she definitely helped create my musical foundation!

Watch Wendy Moten perform “Blue Bayou”, below.

Photo by Trae Patton / NBC.



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