Low-Voiced Georgia Songbird Astounds With Range & Control

Twenty-nine-year-old Brittney Allen arrives from Columbus, Georgia for her big moment on The Voice’s stage. The lover of music who studied vocal performance in college decided on Robyn’s “Dancing On My Own” for her blind audition. With a remarkable lower range and superb control, the singer delivered a performance that no one was expecting.

Brittney’s tone just got better and better, with her power showing and her voice growing bolder as she progressed into the song. John Legend was the one and only coach to turn, despite a beautiful rendition that kept getting better. “Brittney, I loved the song you chose and I loved your rendition of it – it really allowed us to hear so much of the contours of your voice.” declared an excited John Legend, eager to welcome the new member of his team.

Not only did Georgia singer Brittney Allen amaze with her range and beautiful runs, but her lower register truly blew the coaches away. Her blind audition for The Voice couldn’t have gone any better, with Robyn’s “Dancing On My Own” showcasing her talent and control. With one chair turned, Brittney’s progression was secured.