By Shawn Rice
Lauren Duski sung Shenandoah’s “Ghost in this House” on The Voice Top 8 and delivered another solid country performance. Lauren tackled one of the more difficult songs in country music.
Adam Levine said it is nice that Lauren brings grace and style to The Voice. Adam said it is more pure and genuine. He was excited about her as a vocalist. Blake Shelton said that there is a handful of songs out there which country music fans know are untouchable. Blake said “Ghost in this House” is not an easy song.
Blake said what she did was monumental and that he can’t wait to see what country fans think on iTunes.
What did you think of the performance? Let us know in the comments section.
At a young age, Lauren entered many karaoke competitions, leading to several years of touring Michigan and performing classic country hits with JR Country Band. They opened for Lonestar, Randy Travis and Bill Anderson. After high school, Lauren shifted her focus from writing music to dental school. She met independent filmmaking couple Ann Gillis and husband Marvin, and they encouraged her to move to Nashville, taking Lauren under their wing. After Ann was diagnosed with ALS, Lauren felt the need to give back to her by becoming her full-time caretaker.
The Voice Social Media Reactions
— Kathy (@kate53tn) May 16, 2017
.@LaurenDuski your Rehearsal clip was great , love the necklace beautiful, and your mom sending you front pg news clips congratulations
— Sandy … Nice Kitty (@kittysopretty27) May 16, 2017
— DebbieLodato (@deblodato) May 16, 2017
— Jennifer Sexton (@Jenn313Miss) May 16, 2017
— Stephanie Gould (@StephWentCampin) May 16, 2017
@LaurenDuski so beautiful!!
— Robbin Wing (@Robobbin) May 16, 2017
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