Georgia native and now Nashville resident, Peyton Parker has been one of the strong singers during the latest season of NBC's The Voice, but recently she sent packing following her rendition of a Dixie Chicks super hit.
The country hopeful originally came out with guns blazing singing a powerful 70's soft rock hit from Fleetwood Mac and had the judges fighting over her as a team member. She was an obvious choice for Blake Shelton's team and chose just that.
She held her own when she went head-to-head in a battle against a uniquely talented indie artist, and made her way into the next level of the competition - the knockout rounds.
Singing the Dixie Chicks' 2002 No. 1 hit, "Travelin' Soldier", Peyton shows her impressive tone and even coach Adam Levine had to comment on how clear it was.
"Wow! Beautiful tone. Beautiful," Levine exclaimed to Pharrell Williams.
Although she issued a well-sung rendition of this timeless song, it wasn't her day to make it through the rounds and the coaches had some advice for improvements.
Ultimately, coach Shelton decided to pick Adam Wakefield and his performance of "Bring It On Home To Me" as the winner of the round, eliminating Peyton from the competition.
Watch Peyton Parker deliver one of the best Dixie Chicks' covers The Voice has seen in the video below!
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