San Franciscan Singer Rocks Blind Audition With Soulful Performance

Twenty-two-year-old Jared Harper from San Francisco decided on “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” from The Rolling Stones for his The Voice blind audition. Accompanied by his own guitar, the artist presented a consistently strong performance with glimpses of greatness.

The coaches were caught up by the rhythm of this catchy classic from the very start. Jared’s voice had that special quality that keeps you hooked on the melody, hanging on from bar to bar. From rasp to range, this artist seemed to have it all, but the coaches just weren’t convinced. Despite a consistently strong vocal performance with a distinctive style, Jared walked away without a chair turned.

With a natural rock tone and great energy, Jared Harper tried his best on a cover of The Rolling Stones’ “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” for his season eighteen blind audition. The singer from San Francisco seemed to have the coaches won over with his upbeat showing of talent, but their enthusiastic background support didn’t mean he’d turn a chair.