The Voice returned last night (April 10) for the continuation of the Knockout Rounds and the contestants definitely brought their A-game. Fighting for her spot on Team Alicia Keys, teenage powerhouse Dallas Caroline delivers a striking take Rascal Flatts‘ ”Bless the Broken Road.”
Unfortunately, while her performance was no doubt beautiful, Dallas lost her spot on Team Alicia to Britton Buchanon and his take on ”New York State of Mind.” However, the talented vocalist isn’t going to slow down any time soon.
GET READY: This is a long one. I would like to start out by saying how grateful I feel. Grateful to @nbcthevoice for believing in me enough to give me this opportunity. Grateful to @blakeshelton @kellyclarkson and @adamlevine for turning your chairs for me & for all your kind words and advice. Grateful to @aliciakeys for stealing me and being an amazing coach and allowing me to continue this journey and teaching me so much! So grateful for you @brittonbuchanan! You’re one of my best friends and such a talented, genuine, kind, person. I’m SO happy for you and its an honor to know you! I’m grateful for all of the amazing and talented lifelong friends I’ve made along the way! You’re such an inspiration, all of you! I am grateful for my family and friends and my community who have encouraged and supported me every step of the way! I am so grateful to all of you near and far, those I’ve met and those I haven’t, for being so amazing and loving and supportive!! You all give me the courage to keep going and to keep chasing my dreams. I am grateful for the music, which is really what this is all about! And finally I am grateful to God and blessed to have been given this opportunity and the ability to share it with all of you. When one door closes, another one opens, and I CANNOT WAIT for you all to see what’s next!!! #teamdallas
”Bless the Broken Road” has been recorded by multiple country artists including the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and Marcus Hummon, Rascal Flatts’ version becoming the highest-charting rendition where it went to number one on Billboard’s country chart. Additionally, the heartbreaking country tune won the band a Grammy Award for ”Best Country Song.”
You can watch Dallas’ take on ”Bless the Broken Road” below.