Barrett Hankins Baber is an American country musician, where he plays alternative country and country rock music, and who was a contestant on NBC's The Voice, where he auditioned and got a four chair turn during season nine, and he chose to be a member of team Blake Shelton. His songs have charted on the Billboard magazine charts, during his performances on the show. He finished the competition in third place behind winner Jordan Smith and runner-up Emily Ann Roberts.
Allen Cole Vosbury, known simply as Cole Vosbury, is an American singer-songwriter and musician. He is best known for his appearance on Season 5 of the NBC singing competition The Voice as a member of CeeLo Green's team and later Blake Shelton's team. During his time on The Voice, six of Vosbury's singles charted on the Billboard charts.
Meghan Linsey is an American singer-songwriter. A Ponchatoula, Louisiana native, Linsey started her musical career by forming Steel Magnolia with her boyfriend of three years, Joshua Scott Jones. Before trying out for Can You Duet, Linsey was a karaoke host at a Nashville karaoke bar, called Lonnie's Western Room, which is where she met Jones. After becoming the top winner on the show, the duo signed a recording contract with Big Machine Records, and released its debut single "Keep On Lovin' You" in August 2009, which was a Top 10 hit on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. In March 2014, Linsey and Jones split and decided to pursue solo careers.
An extreme talent who excelled at singing and playing the guitar at the age of four, Craig Wayne Boyd received long-due critical and mainstream recognition as the Season 7 winner of The Voice. Taking the title as a member of Team Blake (Shelton), Craig dazzled the audience with the premiere performance of “My Baby’s Got a Smile on Her Face.” He is currently introducing the single to Country radio as the most recently signed artist to Dot Records. The Mesquite, TX native will open up for Rascal Flatts during their residency at the Hard Rock Casino in Las Vegas
Jessica Rose Meuse, also known as Jess Meuse, is an American singer from Slapout, Alabama, who finished in fourth place on the thirteenth season of American Idol. She has been singing in public since she was ten years old, and self-released the EP What's So Hard About Bein' a Man in 2011. While competing on American Idol, she became the first person in the history of the series to perform an original song during the finals.