Morgan Wallen
Morgan Wallen
General Information
Name Morgan Wallen
Gender Male
Age 23
Hometown Knoxville, Tennessee
Team(s) Adam, Usher (former)
Season(s) 6
Chairs Turned
Morgan Wallen is a singer from Knoxville, Tennessee who was  a contestant on season six of The Voice.


Morgan had big dreams of playing professional baseball and was headed in that direction until he suffered a serious elbow injury. His injury led him to pursue his other passion, singing, and he's on The Voice to inspire others to never give up.

The VoiceEdit

20-year-old Morgan Wallen auditioned for The Voice with Howie Day's "Collide" impressing Shakira and Usher. Morgan chose Usher after he called his voice "unique" and offered constructive criticism. In the first Battle Rounds, Morgan was paired against Brothers Walker to sing Avicii's "Hey Brother". Usher told him he had an incredible voice, and chose him to advance to the second Battle Rounds.


Stage Song Original Artist Result
Blind Audition "Collide" Howie Day 2-chair turn
Joined Team Usher
Battle Rounds 1 "Hey Brother" (vs. Brothers Walker) Avicii Saved by Coach
Battle Rounds 2 "Story of My Life" (vs. Stevie Jo) One Direction Defeated
Stolen by Adam
The Playoffs "Stay" Black Stone Cherry Eliminated

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