This Houston beauty stunned all four judges on “The Voice” with her performance of an American classic

Amateur singer Mary Sarah has already done things that few singers could ever claim. Her 2014 album “Bridges” featured duets with Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard and Tanya Tucker.

During her audition on “The Voice” this week, the Houston, Texas, native turned four judges’ chairs with an emotional and powerful performance of “Where the Boys Are,” by Connie Francis.

Francis’ hit reached number four on the Billboard charts in 1961 and could see a revitalization if Sarah goes far on the show.

“You actually sound like you came from that era,” said country crooner Blake Shelton.

After a long decision, Sarah eventually chose Shelton to be her coach.

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