Country fans are known to be an avid supporter of the music genre. With this, The Voice has produced five country artists from its 15 seasons. This just proves that country music is still well-loved by the American public.
Contrary to the belief that country music is fading to obscurity, The Voice proves that country artists are the ones to beat. Here is the complete list of winners from The Voice.
Country Artists Who Won The Voice
Cassadee Pope was the first country artist to win season 3 of the show. She was on Team Blake and she was the second winner from the country singer’s team. Blake Shelton is proving that he is a good coach, winning the next season with another one from his team.
This time, it was Danielle Bradbery who won season 4 of the show. A back to back win for team Blake and country singers. Let us jump to season 7 of the show wherein Craig Wayne Boyd won, another one from team Blake. After four seasons, another country emerged as the winner.
Sundance Head won season 11 with his bubbly character and strong country flavor in his songs. The latest country artist winner is from the recent season. It is in the person of Chevel Shepherd who delivered heartwarming performances all throughout the season.
Country Music of Today
Country artists dominating The Voice only shows that country music is still well and alive. These artists brought their passion and storytelling to the show. I guess that is why they won.
Country music is known to do a good narration of life through its music. These winners justified it through their performances on the show. And, that’s the good thing about the singing competition shows their global audience.
The show introduces classic country music to people who are not aware of it. As country music becomes widely known, more and more people are loving it. We only hope that more country singers are going to win the show to keep the country music spirit alive.
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