Cary Laine
Cary Laine
General Information
Name Cary Laine
Gender Female
Age 28
Hometown Citronelle, Alabama
Team(s) Adam
Season(s) 6
Chairs Turned
Cary Laine is a singer from Citronelle, Alabama who is currently a contestant on season six of The Voice.


After years of steady gigs in Alabama, Cary moved to Wyoming for her husband's job. She now lives 100 miles from the nearest venue. A stay-at-home mom by day and musician by night, Cary hopes to reignite her music career.

The VoiceEdit

28-year old Cary Laine auditioned for The Voice with The Band Perry's "Better Dig Two". Her performance turned all four judges around, and specifically wowed Adam who invited her to sit in his chair. After a debate between Blake and Adam, she chose to advance on Team Adam. In the first Battle Rounds, she sang against Sam Behymer with "Give Me Love" by Ed Sheeran. Blake noted her pitch issues, but was complimented by Adam about performing well despite being pushed out of her comfort zone. Adam ultimately chose Sam to advance, eliminating Cary from the competition.


Stage Song Original Artist Result
Blind Audition "Better Dig Two" The Band Perry 4-chair turn
Joined Team Adam
Battle Rounds 1 "Give Me Love" (vs. Sam Behymer) Ed Sheeran Defeated

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