Johnny Hayes Rocks ‘The Voice’ With Killer Allman Brothers Cover

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NBC’s The Voice was hit wi a wild performance when talented contestant Johnny Hayes thrilled fans with an extraordinary performance of The Allman Brothers‘ hit, “Statesboro Blues”. The opening intro was vibrant enough to send Hayes shuffling across the stage, promoting an upbeat vibe that left his audience thriving! 

“Wake up momma, turn your lamp down low/ Wake up momma, turn your lamp down low/ You got no nerve baby, to turn Uncle John from your door/ I woke up this morning, I had them Statesboro Blues,” his voice rang, giving his performance an extra dose of rock and rebellion! Coach Alicia Keys was undeniably loving Hayes’ performances, clapping to the beat and spontaneously breaking into words of enjoyment! 

Although Hayes’ performance was widely enjoyed by viewers as they admired his eclectic song choice, the singer was ultimately eliminated from the singing competition. He took to social media to express his gratitude for his experience on The Voice, as well as thanking his newfound fan base for their support.

While Hayes vowed to his fans that he will never quit his passion for music, we feel this performance will no doubt remain one of his most talented career moments. Be sure to check it out below!  

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