The Voice - Season 15 Show Recaps in The Voice - Season 15 Posted 5 hours ago We’re back for the second night of blinds on The Voice! Let’s meet our first artist of the night! Keith Paluso is from Memphis, TN and he gets excited about birds. He is auditioning for The Voice to show his son sometimes you have to take a chance. Keith takes the stage and performs Way Down We Go by Kaleo. Blake hits his button pretty early in the performance. Kelly is looking at Adam and asks if he’s going to go. Adam hits his button, but Blake has blocked Adam. Keith is Team Blake. Jennifer says she loved Keith’s voice, it was so soulful. Kelly loved his voice and she’ll steal him if Blake is stupid enough to let him go. Adam says he got a great coach. Blake says America is going to love his voice, it’s going to be a lot of fun. Our next artist is Claire DeJean from Dallas, Tx. She’s 17 and she teaches kindergarten through fourth graders acting classes and dance. Claire takes the stage and sings Hurt Somebody by Akon. Blake hits his button pretty early and she shows emotion as she sings, but she gets back on track. Kelly and Jennifer are talking about how pretty her voice is but Kelly is listening for her upper register. Kelly hits her button as Claire finishes her performance. Claire is a 2-chair turn. Adam says Claire was amazing and he missed out because he’s a dummy, but she should go with Kelly. Jennifer says she has two great picks to choose from. Blake says she is one of those artists that comes around that often. He says he won’t talk about the fact he won 6 years and Kelly says not last year when I arrived. Blake says he’s not from Texas, but he’s darned close. Kelly says she’s more of a soulful singer and has that vibe and Claire agrees. Kelly says she has no one like her on her team and she’d be stoked to work with her. Adam says I think it’s time…who do you pick as your coach? Claire says oh my gosh…I pick Kelly. Next we have Franc West from Atlanta, Ga. He says he first sang when his mom was in church and she choked on a piece of candy and he picked up the mic and took over. Franc takes the stage to sing (Sittin’ On) The Dock of The Bay by Otis Redding. The judges seem to be enjoying the performance. Adam and Jennifer are looking at each other. Jennifer looks like she wants to push her button. Jennifer looks at Blake and he nods. Jennifer hits her button right before Franc finishes. Blake says his voice sounds so accomplished and seasoned. Franc says he found a new love for music when he exited the military. Adam wants to know what was going through Jennifer’s head and she says the squeal got her. She welcomes Frank to JHud productions! The next artist to take the stage is Michael Lee from Ft. Worth, Tx. He’s a newlywed and he and his new wife do Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. He has chosen to perform The Thrill is Gone by B.B. King and he’s playing guitar. Adam has realized he’s playing guitar. He hits his button. Jennifer also hits her button. Jennifer throws her shoe and Adam stands up. Blake hits his button at the last moment. Michael is a 3-chair turn. Blake says he could coach this guy, what a match made in hand. Adam says great pitch Blake. Blake says Michael deserves all the button pushes he could get. Adam says when he turned around…first, he’s the only coach has worked with solo guitar players who play the blues. Blake says he’s also worked with an artist like that. Kelly advises Michael to choose a team he might stick out on and she’s Team JHud all the way because there is no one like him on her team. Jennifer says she’s sure Michael can put that guitar down and his voice would still stand out and she can’t play guitar but she can sing. Adam asks who he picks as his coach. Michael picks…Blake. Next, we have Ele Ivory and she lives in Nashville, Tn. She works in a cave and she works in artist relations at The Caverns for the bluegrass underground series. Ele takes the stage to sing Jump by Julia Michaels. She plays the keyboard as she sings. Adam says this close and he’s looking at Jennifer. Adam says this close two more times. Adam asks what her name is and he says it’s all there and mostly so great. Jennifer says she has a great voice, a beautiful voice, but it took her a minute to find her pitch. Adam tells her to promise him she’ll come back. Adam says she was so awesome it drove him crazy. Kelsea Ballerini has chosen Ele Ivory for her team for The Comeback Stage. Kelsea says she brought Ele back because when she went from her regular voice to her head voice, it was angelic. Our final artist of the night is DeAndre Nico from Port Arthur, Tx. DeAndre talks about how their small town was affected by the Hurricane Harvey. He plays piano and drums. Since the hurricane all he’s been doing is performing and sleeping on couches. DeAndre takes the stage and performs When I Was Your Man by Bruno Mars. The coaches are listening intently and Jennifer looks down the line. Adam hits his button. Jennifer follows a moment later. Kelly draws back in surprise at a run. Blake hits his button and Kelly is the last to turn. DeAndre is a 4-chair turn. Adam says he heard the greatness in his voice early and he’s amazing and he is going to fight hard for him. Adam stands up and takes off his sweater. Kelly says she loves the big round beautiful notes he was hitting. She thinks he’s really rad. Jennifer says the way his voice is, the range, the depth, and he looks good too. She will just let him stand there flat foot and let him be the artist he wants to be. Blake says he has so much skill and he has some similarities with Jennifer, Kelly won last season, Adam was the first to hit his button, or DeAndre can go with the winningest host on the show. Adam feels like he led the charge on this one and he thinks he can take him all the way. Jennifer says DeAndre, who do you pick as your coach? DeAndre says he’d pick whoever turned first…so he picks Adam.