NBC’s ‘The Voice’ review: Matthew Schuler, Cole Vosbury, and Kat Robichaud rule top 10 show




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There are so many great things we can say about “The Voice” this season, beginning with just that you have artists that really appear seasoned and ready to perform. There are no groups thrown around at the last second just to make things “crazy.” These people are all ready to hit the recording studio, even if only a few of them have real chances on the radio. 

 Cole Vosbury, “To Be With You” – Never in a million years did we ever imagine that Cole was going to become a heartthrob on this show. No offense to the guy, but the epic beard! But he’s managed to win a ton of the ladies over with these soulful covers the past few weeks. We don’t know if it was as good as “Adorn” last week, but we loved the soulfulness and the simplicity of it.




Cole Vosbury is up, and coach Blake has given him Mr. Big’s “To Be With You.” Love. This. Song. Cole describes himself as “very single,” which is so endearing (also I CAN RELATE), and he’s just a dream on this track. It’s such a good choice for his voice, and he sounds so so so great on it. He’s playing guitar, and he’s so smiley, and it’s all just the most lovely. I said it last week and I’ll say it again: Cole is sneaky. His magical beard full of tricks is taking him straight to the top.