Jack Cassidy made his debut on “The Voice” on Monday and completely blew everyone away!
Cassidy, whose uncle is “Partridge Family” alum David Cassidy, accompanied himself and sang Joan Osbourne’s hit, “One of Us,” until two of the judges were begging for him to join their teams.
“There is such an incredible and passionate commitment to every single word you sing,” coach Adam Levine said. “I don’t think there is something more important than that. There were moments that weren’t perfect, but that’s what life is like and that’s what singing is like, too. There’s always going to be imperfections and to me, that’s what makes somebody great.”
Cassidy named The Eagles, The Beatles, Elton John and Billy Joel as some of his influences, and that just made Levine want him more.
Blake Shelton chimed in and said that Cassidy should join Alicia Keys’ team, just to spite Levine.
What really wowed the coaches was when Cassidy confessed that actress and singer Shirley Jones is his grandmother. He is definitely from a musical family!
“So, you have been singing since you were like 2, 4?” Keys asked.
“Since I came into the world,” Cassidy said.
“And that particular song was such a beautiful example of what happens when you write a song with a message that no one can deny,” Keys said. “I totally felt it and I hope that we are able to work together.”
Before Cassidy could make his final pick, Levine made one more plea for him to join his team.
“I know what you want to do,” Levine said. “I really do.”
In the end, Cassidy decided to join Team Alicia for this season!
“The Voice” airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.