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Bryce Leatherwood's New Cover of This Morgan Wallen Ballad Will Give You Chills
The Season 22 winner was joined by friends for a stunning garage cover of Wallen's hit.
Some legendary performers have been introduced to the world via The Voice, and Season 22 winner Bryce Leatherwood is the perfect example. Leatherwood has been crushing it since his Season 22 victory and recently posted a jaw-dropping cover of "Sand In My Boots" by Morgan Wallen to his Instagram.
In the post, Leatherwood delivered some chilling vocals alongside his harmonizing pals. "Parkin Garage Sessions with @connersweenymusic and @tannerfussellmusic #morganwallen #country #fyp #reels #nashville #sandinmyboots #bryceleatherwood," he captioned the post.
The 22-year-old, who delivered jaw-dropping performances during each stage of the NBC competition, claimed the Season 22 crown alongside his Coach Blake Shelton. From the moment Leatherwood took the stage for his Blind Audition of Conway Twitty's classic "Goodbye Time", Shelton knew he had to have the country crooner on his team. Shelton and Leatherwood were a dynamic duo, so it only makes sense that the pair have become close outside of The Voice.
Since his mind-blowing Voice victory, Leatherwood has stayed booked and busy and even performed at one of Shelton's Ole Red restaurants in Florida. "ORLANDO! What a night… Setting records and setting bars high for Ole Red has been a dream come true for me and the boys," Leatherwood posted to Instagram. "To the people of Orlando and the fans who travelled from around the world to come see us.. THANK YOU! @olered #country #orlando #olered #blakeshelton #thevoice".
Leatherwood also opened up to NBC Insider about his life-changing Voice win and working with Shelton.
"Having Blake as a mentor and a friend has been a dream come true," he said. "Truly, who he is on camera is who he is off camera. That is Blake Shelton. He is 100 percent who he is in the flesh…We had so many incredible moments together, funny laughs and jokes and stories. I think the biggest thing I’ll take away from Blake is his commitment to his Artists. He loves his team. We had such a great team this year with Team Blake. The powerhouse team that was!"
The Georgia native continued, "Even before The Voice, I was sure this is what I wanted to do. I took a leap of faith when it came to trying to find a way into this crazy, big business. I took a leap of faith, and look where it got me! Any Artist out there who’s wanting to do this for the rest of their lives, try out for something like this. Do something like this. Or go to an open mic night and put yourself out there. It’s not ‘gonna feel comfortable at first. But over time, you’ll grow."