Chris Blue


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About Chris Blue

An American gospel, soul, and R&B singer, Chris Blue was already a seasoned performer when he won season 12 of the NBC's popular reality television singing competition The Voice. Born in Glendale, Arizona and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee, Blue was the youngest of seven children, and began singing in church at the age of three. Ordained at 15, he became a worship leader at his Methodist church, and began performing with his siblings under the moniker the Blue Brothers, eventually making their television debut on BET's Bobby Jones Gospel Show. In March 2017, Blue auditioned for The Voice, and his performance of "Tracks of My Tears" by the Miracles prompted judge Alicia Keys to pick him for her team. Blue eventually made it to the last round and beat out Blake Shelton's finalist Lauren Duski to take home the top prize. Later that May, Motown/Universal issued The Complete Season 12 Collection, which included all of Blue's performances from the season. ~ James Christopher Monger

Glendale, AZ, United States
June 29, 1989

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