Marietta’s Angie Keilhauer makes the initial ‘The Voice’ cut

Angie Keilhauer of Atlanta picks Team Blake. CREDIT: NBC

Angie Keilhauer of Atlanta picks Team Blake. CREDIT: NBC

By RODNEY HO/ rho@ajc.com, originally filed Tuesday, March 2, 2016

A day after Atlanta’s Nick Hagelin made the cut on “The Voice,” Marietta’s Angie Keilhauer also won over the coaches and breezed through the blind audition round.

She sang Dierks Bentley‘s “I Hold On” and received chair turns from Adam Levine, Pharrell Williams and Blake Shelton.

Keilhauer, a 24-year-old El Salvador native, has been performing on a cruise ship. She clearly has country roots and would have liked to have been on Christina Aguilera‘s team. But she was the only coach to not push the button.

Blake considers her a “loose cannon” in a good way. Pharrell loves her runs and her vocal control. He also invited her family on stage. But given her country connections, she opted for Blake.

Here’s her performance:

If you want to see some of her other performances, she has a YouTube page.


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