Danielle Bradbery Covers Pam Tillis’ Hit ‘Shake the Sugar Tree’ on ‘The Voice’
Both Team Blake and country music had a great night on 'The Voice' on Monday (June 3), as country contestant Danielle Bradbery performed Pam Tillis' hit 'Shake the Sugar Tree' from her successful album 'Homeward Looking Angel.'
The 16-year-old songstress was gorgeous in a flowy light pink dress and cowboy boots, and her strong vocals sounded effortless throughout her entire performance. Bradbery, whose first major performance was on 'The Voice,' seemed utterly composed and confident, prompting a big response from the captive audience.
Throughout her rendition, her coach Blake Shelton was nodding his head to the music, singing along with a small smile on his face, intently focused on his hopeful. Toward the end of the song, the crowd clapped to the beat, and the young singer beamed. 'Shake the Sugar Tree' was selected by Shelton, and he seemed extremely pleased with Bradbery's cover of the country hit.
It was a strong showing from Bradbery, and coach Adam Levine admitted that he still wished the singer was on his team. Shelton applauded her, saying, “You make my job easy because your voice is so pure. You’re already so great at what you do.”
The results will be announced Tuesday night and one singer will be sent home, leaving five contestants to advance to the semi-finals.