Louisville native Kinsey Rose picked by Kelly Clarkson on 'The Voice' – Courier Journal

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Woohoo! Kentucky has a contestant on NBC’s “The Voice” to root for this season.
Kinsey Rose, who’s initially from Louisville, was invited to affix the competitors after impressing the judges in the course of the blind auditions, which launched Season 21 on Monday. 
This is how the blind auditions work: coaches Kelly Clarkson, John LegendBlake Shelton and Ariana Grande sit with their backs to the performer. Primarily based solely on the singer’s voice, the coaches can flip their chair in the event that they like what they hear. If not, they do not flip round. 
Rose sang “Cowboy Take Me Away,” initially carried out by The Chicks. Her commanding voice led Clarkson to show her chair inside 5 seconds.
A native of Louisville who attended duPont Manual High School, Rose mentioned she packed up her guitar and moved to Nashville, Tennessee, 12 years in the past together with her canine when she graduated from school. 
She received her begin singing on the well-known honky-tonk Tootsies and went on to type her personal band that performed at nearly each bar on Broadway in Nashville for a few years.
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She met Vince Gill at one in all her gigs and after reconnecting with him, he provided to sing on her album. Rose’s independently-released 2015 album, “Truthful Climate Love,” included a track that includes the nation music legend. Her most up-to-date album, “Honky Tonk Treasures,” was launched earlier this yr.
Though she’s had loads of success, Kinsey continues to be ready on her large break and hopes to search out it on “The Voice.” Season 21 of the present airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on NBC.
Attain Kirby Adams at kadams@courier-journal.com or Twitter @kirbylouisville


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