'The Voice' Blind Auditions Night 4 Recap: More Contestants Hit the Stage

That night opens with a performance by Betsy Aide, who sings a rendition of 'Hunger' by Florence and The Machine.

AceShowbiz - More hopefuls were taking the stage of "The Voice" season 16 in the Tuesday, March 5 episode. So far, new coach John Legend has 7 singers on his team, while Blake Shelton has been stacking up 6 artists. Kelly Clarkson and Adam Levine both have 5 singers on their respective teams.

That night opened with a performance by Betsy Aide, who sang a rendition of "Hunger" by Florence and The Machine. John turned for her and was later followed by Adam. She picked John as her coach.

Dalton Dover the hit the stage. The 20-year-old performed Keith Whitley's "Don't Close Your Eyes", much to Blake's liking. Next up was Rebecca Howell, who wowed the coaches with a beautiful rendition of Vicki Lawrence's country hit "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia". Kelly, Blake and John hit their buttons for her. At the end, Rebecca went to Team Kelly.

The next performer was Kendra Checketts, who belted out Demi Lovato's "Sober". Blake immidiately turned, though the others didn't until the end of the performance. J.T. Rodriguez opted for Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood's "Higher Love" for his performance that night. Unfortunately, none of the coaches hit their buttons for him. He was given another chance though, as Bebe Rexha picked him to join the Comeback Stage.

LB Crew then took the stage to perform a soulful rendition of Mr. Probz's "Waves". Kelly and Blake liked what they heard, so they turned their chairs.

John and Adam then followed, making LB the first singer to receive 4-chairs turn that night. After Adam pitched himself hard, LB decided to go to Team Adam.

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