Sid Kingsley, a native of Branchville, Va., and a former music student at Radford University, became a fan favorite on Season 19 of “The Voice” before he was eventually eliminated from the show.
During the show’s blind auditions, the 37-year-old Kingsley took to the stage and quickly won over coaches and fans alike with his cover of Bob Dylan’s “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right” and his powerhouse vocals and soulful singing style. Three of the coaches turned their rotating red chairs, and Kelly Clarkson later said she wished she had turned around as well.
During the course of the season, Kingsley worked with three of the four coaches. He first chose to join Team Legend before making his way to Team Kelly and eventually getting stolen by Team Blake.