Emotional ‘Voice’ Audition Of Bob Dylan Classic Receives Four-Chair Turn

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All we can say is: WOW. Where did Owen Danoff come from, and where can we hear more?

During NBC’s ‘The Voice’ auditions, Danoff received a complete four-chair turn from the coaches. Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Pharrell Williams, and Christina Aguilera all pleaded with Danoff to choose them, but he went with the obvious choice for his genre, Team Adam.

Danoff performed Bob Dylan’s “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right” like it was his own. The audition had more emotion than anyone expected, and you could see it on each coach’s face. We’re surprised that no one shed a tear!

Danoff’s roots in music are deep with dad, Bill Danoff, being a cofounder of the Starland Vocal Band and cowriter on the John Denver hit “Take Me Home Country Roads”. How’s that for family talent?

Denver’s Facebook page gave Danoff a shoutout after the episode aired. See the post below.

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Exciting to see Owen Danoff on The Voice this season, getting into the family business.

Posted by John Denver on Wednesday, March 9, 2016

His caption reads: “Exciting to see Owen Danoff on The Voice this season, getting into the family business.”

Hear Danoff’s rendition of “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right” below. If you haven’t seen this audition, you MUST!

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