Dia Frampton The Voice
June 22, 2011 by Post Team
Dia Frampton The Voice, We have to admit that when “The Voice” began, we were not sure Blake Shelton venture far from their comfort zone of the country fried, but we were surprised by the support of Dia Frampton and Xenia all the way – and has emerged as two strong performers in their own right.
On Tuesday in the semifinal found, Dia made a version of “Losing My Religion” by REM “I feel much more comfortable,” he said. “I think with ‘Heartless’ I kind of let go.”
Even came out from behind her piano. “If you play guitar, rock,” said Shelton. “This girl is not just someone who can sing, this girl is someone who has a vision.”
His performance impressed the coaches and we’re guessing it will be a best seller on iTunes. “What is interesting about you is that at first I’m like ‘[that is] tender, soft,” said Christina Aguilera, “but I’ve seen it grow both in the program. Somehow became an interesting game. ”
Shelton added: “This show just did what I had to make a girl stood there and let your heart and soul for which the stage Gosh Dang it, I’m glad to meet you.”
His Xenia girl sang “The man who can not be moved” for writing one of her favorite bands, change the lyrics of “you can not move” to avoid a gender-bender. “This is your chance to think about being the voice of her generation,” said Shelton. “You can change the sound of what is popular.”
After the presentation, Adam Levine was impressed. “The song was a little sleepy, but a great sound,” he says.
“I like to see you so upset by all this. You’re so cold. It’s quaint. You perform these songs grace under so much pressure,” said Cee-Lo.
“We’re all thinking the same thing, because it is so obvious,” says Shelton. “One day when I’m done with this show and I’m back driving my truck in Oklahoma, I know I will hear the voice of Xenia in the radio … I’m glad I met you when.”
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