As Season 11 of The Voice rolls on, the coaches are continuing to add immense talents to their teams. On Monday night (September 26), a new bunch of artists found their place on the show, including one Southern family man.
Lane Mack, age 30, is from Lafayette, Louisiana, and comes from a family with a history in the music industry. Since music is in his blood, Mack was hopeful that he'd be able to wow the judges with his blind audition.
For his song, Mack decided to sing the historic blues tune, "Every Day I Have the Blues," which was made famous by B.B. King. His performance was the perfect dose of charm and grit, with a major bluesy vibe complemented by bits of rock-like sounds.
At first, it almost seemed like Mack wasn't going to get any of the coaches to turn their chairs around. But all of them were digging his performance, as they listened and nodded their heads along.
Even though none of the coaches had turned around, Mack continued to power through his performance, and he finally hit a note that kept Miley Cyrus from hesitating any longer. She quickly hit her button and turned her chair for him, and with that, Mack was safe.
Cyrus ended up being the only one who turned around for Mack, so he was guaranteed a spot on her team. She seemed excited about him and his voice, and we are too! We can't wait to see what else he does on the show.
Until you get to see Mack perform again, enjoy watching his cover of B.B. King's classic below.
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