The Voice Contestant Wows With His Soulful Voice and Mean Guitar

Imagine being a judge on The Voice and listening to someone sing and trying to pick out the best performers without having to be able to see them. But when some performers take the stage, the judges simply know.

When guitarist and singer Michael Lee took the stage, it didn’t take long for judge Adam Levine to hit his buzzer and spin around to see what he was listening to. Judge Jennifer Hudson was quick to follow Levine.

Not only did Michael Lee have an amazing, soulful voice, but he also played a mean guitar. He really outdid himself playing the legendary B.B. King song “The Thrill is Gone.”

His performance has garnered over two million views and it is easy to see why once you see the video below. Eventually Blake Shelton hit his buzzer too, leaving only Kelly Clarkson off the table as a judge.

All of them were stunned to see the man behind the bluesy voice, so much so that Hudson even took her shoe off and threw it at him before it was all over.

Check out the video below to see why they were all shocked and see who Michael chose as his coach, and be sure to share it with your family and friends.


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