He was a top 8 contestant on NBC's The Voice this season and from right here in Acadiana. Ray Boudreaux stopped by this morning to talk to me about his experience on The Voice, his next project, which will be an EP and his performance tomorrow at Downtown Alive!
Acadiana’s own Ray Boudreaux will be performing in the top 8 tonight, November 25th on NBC’s ‘The Voice’, and we, his home town fans, want him to move on to the next level! There are several ways to vote for Ray, so vote every and any way you can!
Ray Boudreaux is a 25-year-old singer and guitar player from Carencro, Louisiana and a contestant on Season 5 of NBC's The Voice. Ray graduated from Carencro High School in 2006 and attended the University of Louisiana.
After receiving a save from coach Blake Shelton in the first round of live performances and surviving a tense elimination in the second, Acadiana's Ray Boudreaux has made it all the way to the top 10 of NBC's 'The Voice'.
Acadiana's own Ray Boudreaux is in the Top 12 on NBC's 'The Voice' and gave a pretty amazing performance last night. But, tonight is elimination night yet again, and while we know that Ray will be safe, here is something new they are doing this year to save your favorite artist, just in case.
As we told you earlier, Lafayette native Ray Boudreaux was a part of the blind auditions on Season 5 of NBC's The Voice last night. Two of the four judges turned their chairs around because they liked what they heard; THE CeeLo Green, and winning coach of the last 3 seasons, Blake Shelton. Ray picked Shelton. Check out JoBo's interview with Ray, and see what he had to say about picking Blake Shelt
If you missed the beginning of 'blind auditions' on this season of 'The Voice' on NBC, we had a resident of Lafayette make the show as part of Team Cee Lo. 19-year old Mackenzie Bourg performed 'Pumped Up Kicks' by Foster The People which you can watch here.
Blind auditions continued on the new season of 'The Voice' last night, offering viewers multiple opportunities to cheer, boo and be amazed by the backstories of contestants like Mackenzie Bourg, a 19-year-old who triumphed over a life-threatening illness to take the stage with his rendition of Foster the People's 'Pumped Up Kicks.'