Kameron Marlowe sees his time on ‘The Voice’ come to an end
Kannapolis native Kameron Marlowe, a singer and musician, did not survive eliminations Tuesday on NBC’s “The Voice.”
Marlowe, who had been among the top 24 contestants, missed out on making the final 13 based on votes from across the country by viewers and final coaches’ choices. The voting came after all 24 contestants performed live on a two-hour episode Monday.
Marlowe was competing on performer Adam Levine’s team. Other coaches with teams are Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson and Jennifer Hudson. On Levine’s team of six, viewers voted for DeAndre Nico and Rebecca Strange to advance.
With his allotted pick from the remaining four on his team, Levine selected Tyke James to stay on the show, meaning Marlowe and the two others head home.
Marlowe, 21, is the son of Kip and Elizabeth Marlowe of Kannapolis. His grandparents include Barry and Teresa Eddinger of Rockwell, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Marlowe, and Steve and Jan Garmon.
Marlowe played twice in October at City Tavern in Salisbury and was featured last month at the Lexington Barbecue Festival.
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