‘The Voice’ competitor Audra McLaughlin to sing at the Phillies game
Blake Shelton coached Delaware County native Audra McLaughlin on “The Voice.” The singer/songwriter will perform the National Anthem at the Monday night Phillies game.
Singer/songwriter Audra McLaughlin will sing the National Anthem during Country Music Night at the Phillies game on Monday, Aug. 24, at Citizens Bank Park. The game, against the Mets, starts at 7:05 p.m. The performance is scheduled for 6:55 p.m.
McLaughlin has been performing for the summer crowds in Atlantic City this year, at Bally’s Beach Bar, but she’s best known for making it to the Top 8 on Season 6 of the hit show “The Voice.”
After a four-chair turnaround, McLaughlin was picked by “The Voice” coach Blake Shelton to be on his team. McLaughlin sang “Angel from Montgomery” — also covered by Shelton's now-estranged wife, Miranda Lambert. At the time, Shelton said McLaughlin’s rendition rivaled his wife’s version of the song.
“The Voice” is back on NBC September 21.