Jessie Pitts, a Belmont sophomore and student in the Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business, competed on NBC’s “The Voice,” where she made it to this season’s top 12 performers. During the show’s first live Play-Off episode, Pitts sang Bonnie Tyler’s “Holding Out for a Hero,” a performance that secured her place as one of Team Blake’s top three.
“Your pitch is perfect and your voice is hypnotic, as usual,” said Coach Blake Shelton. “If Jessie gets comfortable with the actual groove of this song, there is no stopping that kid… She just creates a new mold.” he said.
During Monday night’s episode, Pitts performed Swedish House Mafia’s “Don’t You Worry Child” and wowed viewers with her piano skills. Up until Tuesday morning, viewers could utilize a variety of avenues, including texting, social media, “The Voice” app, phone calls and www.thevoice.com to vote. As her final performance on Tuesday night’s results show prior to her elimination, Pitts sang Sara Bareilles’s “Gravity,”
For behind the scenes access to Jessie’s “Voice” journey and to read more on her musical career, follow her Twitter here.