The Voice 2016 Blind Audition – Laith Al-Saadi: “The Letter”

Laith Al-Saadi impresses Adam with his blind audition rendition of “The Letter” by Joe Cocker.
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The Voice 2016 Blind Audition – Laith Al-Saadi: “The Letter”

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47 thoughts on “The Voice 2016 Blind Audition – Laith Al-Saadi: “The Letter””

  1. It's amazing to me that everything has to do with race, creed or color! This is a talent contest and Laith has it hands down!!! He is an excellent singer, guitar player and can also play piano. He also sings songs that are recognizable and makes me happy! These are songs I grew up with! He is outstanding and deserves to win the whole thing!

  2. I had the pleasure of seeing Joe Cocker live in the 70's, 80's and 90's, Laith did this song incredible justice speaking as a huge Cocker fan (R.I.P.) Mr. Cocker however I am sure he is smiling down on you, the voice is eerily similar which is no easy feat..Laith is a master on that guitar which is something Joe Cocker always wished he could do, if you were to watch any Cocker videos you would always see him playing air guitar……

  3. This guy have a recording deal and be playing alongside great rock and blues musicians, in clubs and tours where the right audience gets to see him, or being session guitarist for some great producer….not competing for the attention of housewives and schoolgirls on television, in a competition where mostly overrated teenagers who sing pop get to the finals. He´s so good, that it's disrespectful to have him over there.

  4. Laith played Stevie Ray Vaughn's "Pride and Joy" on my guitar when my band was playing at Goodnite Gracie in Ann Arbor back in 2002. I had no idea who he was back then. Wow, was I suprised after he played that tune. He tore it up…like he does on everything.

    At this point I don't think it matters if he wins. He's got 3 CDs out (all great) and his sales are going to go through the roof because of the exposure he's received on The Voice.

    Laith really is a TRUE MUSICIAN. His singing and playing are top notch and he writes cool original tunes. It looks like his natural talent and many years of hard work are finally paying off.

    Thanks for sharing your talent Laith. You rock!

  5. Laith is an arabic name, it means "Lion", and man, Laith looks just like a Lion when he roars his lungs out. Amazing performer. And Saadi in arabic means "happY'. So ther you have it : Happy Lion…

  6. Wouldn't it just be the craziest thing is Laith were to split the vote and win? I watch the videos from each season several times because usually I don't watch the live show. But each time I watch Laith amonst the others (Alisan, Adam, Mary Sarah) he is just so compelling and interesting. I'd love to see a Wild Card Win this season.

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