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December 20, 20134 months ago

Thank you "All Noise" for the Review

Season 4 The Voice contestant Kris Thomas first captured attention with his exceptional audition of Whitney Houston’s “Saving All My Love For You.” Covering songs ranging from Miguel’s “Adorn,” Bruno Mars’ “When I Was Your Man” and The Jackson Fives’ “I’ll Be There,” Thomas’ vocal talent proved to be uniquely special as he sang each song with an authentic pureness. Now, this former Team Shakira finalist, has seamlessly transported himself into musical stardom with his newly released Self-Titled EP. The soulful pop EP beautifully showcases Thomas’ silky smooth, yet powerfully charming vocals as he sings about love and relationships.

“Count Me In,” his first single off The EP, is an up-beat pop track colored with his versatile vocal range as he sings of falling deeply in love so quickly. The song, co-written by current Season Five The Voice contestant Will Champlin, perfectly reveals the vibrato in Thomas’ voice, which gives hints of a special twisted blend of pop legend Michael Jackson. Thomas gorgeously infuses the song with lovely runs and his sexy falsetto. This is definitely a feel good song that makes you want to crank up the volume and sway to the beat. Click Here To Continue Reading
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December 19, 20134 months ago

Listen to The New Album Below

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December 11, 20134 months ago

Male falsetto: Kris Thomas on The Voice

The shocked expression on Usher’s face said it all.  His disbelief that Kris Thomas is a man was echoed by two of the other judges as well, and not without cause.  Thomas is a young man who sang a Whitney Houston song (Saving All my Love For You) in the original key, hitting the highest of Whitney’s high notes.  While another singer would have keyed it down or not attempted the song at all, Kris Thomas altered nothing except the gender of the performer.

The American listening public is no stranger to male falsetto.  When performing his recently release hit, Suit and Tie, at the Grammys, Justin Timberlake sang nearly entirely in falsetto.  But even at his highest, Timberlake doesn’t touch the notes that appeared so easy for Thomas, who landed at least three steps higher on the scale.

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December 10, 20134 months ago

Trip to Malaysia for the "Friends Forever Concert"

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December 10, 20134 months ago

Kris visits St. Jude Research Hospital in Memphis, TN