Biff Gore
Biff Gore
General Information
Name Biff Gore
Gender Male
Age 45
Hometown Denver, Colorado
Occupation Worship Pastor
Team(s) Blake, Usher (former)
Season(s) 6
Chairs Turned
Biff Gore is a singer from Denver, Colorado who was a contestant on season six of The Voice.


Biff is the proud father of six kids. He most recently worked for an organ transplant company helping consult with donor and recipient families. He auditioned for The Voice to follow his true passion: music.

The VoiceEdit

Biff auditioned for The Voice with "A Change Is Gonna Come" by Sam Cooke. All four coaches, Adam Levine, Shakira, Usher, and Blake Shelton, turned their chairs for him, and he chose to join Team Usher.

For the first Battle Rounds, Usher paired Biff against T.J. Wilkins to perform "Aint Too Proud to Beg" by the Tempations. Despite Usher choosing T.J. over Biff, Blake stole him, sending him to the second Battle Rounds.

For the second Battle Rounds, Biff was paired against Sisaundra Lewis, and they chose to sing James Brown's "It's a Man's Man's Man's World". Blake chose Sisaundra as the winner of the battle, eliminating Biff.


Stage Song Original Artist Result
Blind Audition "A Change Is Gonna Come" Sam Cooke 4-chair turn
Joined Team Usher
Battle Rounds 1 "Ain't Too Proud to Beg" (vs. T.J. Wilkins) The Temptations Defeated
Stolen by Blake Shelton
Battle Rounds 2 "It's a Man's Man's Man's World" (vs. Sisaundra Lewis) James Brown Defeated

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