The Voice Alums to Perform at Ole Red to raise money for Kentucky tornado victims
Joke Hoot, Ian Flanigan, Emily Ann Roberts, Worth The Wait and Pryor Baird will play Blake Shelton’s bar Ole Red in Nashville. It’s a The Voice finale afterparty, but they will also be raising money for the victims of the devastating tornadoes in Kentucky.
— Ian Flanigan (@IanFlanigan) December 13, 2021
The Voice’s Jeremy Rosado is home for Christmas – “As much as I wanted two more weeks on the show to get to the finale, I couldn’t have asked for better timing. It’s my favorite time of the year and I get to be with my family,” Rosado tells Axios. What’s next: He’s headed to Nashville in the new year, hoping to sign a record deal. “What is already coming for me right now is ten times what happened to me during ‘Idol.’ I’m so thankful,” Rosado said. – Read more at Axios
Piney Flats teen Carson Peters talks about competing on NBC’s ‘The Voice’ – “John Legend was the first one to turn around, and it blew my mind that he turned around for a country artist,” said Peters, a senior at Elizabethton High School. “Until then, I was nervous.” “I did Vince Gill’s ‘Don’t Let Our Love Start Slippin’ Away,’” Peters said. “Blake picked that one for me and Clint Sherman to sing. He sang the first half and I sang the second half.” Peters advanced to round three. “I did ‘Amarillo by Morning,’ by George Strait,” he said. “As soon as I had the first rehearsal, I knew I was going home. It wasn’t clicking.” Sure enough, Peters did not make it past round three. – Read more at Herald Courier
AlexisJoyVIPAccess: What are some other upcoming projects you are working on that fans can look forward to? – Maddie Poppe: I have a bunch of new music I’m so excited to share with everyone! These songs are some I’m very very proud of and I feel for once, can accurately depict me as an artist. AlexisJoyVIPAccess: You are such a talented songwriter. Do you have a favorite lyric you’ve written? Maddie Poppe: Thank you! My favorite lyric of mine continues to be “how didn’t we know that one day we’d hate our bodies and we’d orbit around buttons on a phone” from my song “Don’t Ever Let Your Children Grow Up.” I find it rings truer and truer as time passes even though I wrote it six years ago. – Read more at AlexisJoyAccess.com