‘The Voice’ head-to-head sees wanna-be artists sing Chris Stapleton’s ‘Nobody To Blame”

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Competition reality show The Voice gave cause for an evening filled with country music. Nashville’s Jordan Kirkdorffer from Nashville was paired with Georgia’s one-moniker Wilkes to sing ”Nobody To Blame” by Chris Stapleton.
 
Blake Shelton, one of the coaches on the show, praised Kirkdorffer for his “new generation” feel.
 
Mentor Trace Adkins exasperatedly claimed that there “Doesn’t seem to be a clear winner between those two” when talking of the runners up.  

Shelton’s ultimate choice was Wilkes. “He [sounds] rough round the edges, I want a chance to work with someone who has that sound,” Shelton declared.

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