Caroline Glaser of 'The Voice' Back in St. Louis With Straight No Chaser

By Katlyn Moncada
In Culture
Caroline Glaser photo courtesy of NBC.

Caroline Glaser photo courtesy of NBC.

Though Caroline Glaser may have been eliminated as a contestant from season 4 of NBC’s “The Voice,” the Chesterfield native has continued to shine with her singer/songwriter music. Now, she’s performing on tour with a capella group Straight No Chaser, which will be at The Fox this weekend.

Frequently compared to artists such as Colbie Caillat and Norah Jones, Glaser first started with the coffee shop scene at Picasso’s in St. Charles. Her subtle, unique voice was first recognized and snatched up by coach and country megastar Blake Shelton on “The Voice,” when she sang Elton John’s “Tiny Dancer.” After Shelton picked winner Danielle Bradbery in the knockout rounds over Glaser, Adam Levine of Maroon 5 quickly stole her for his team before she was eliminated in the live rounds.

Since being viewed by millions on television earlier this year, Glaser has successfully remained busy in her music career. She has also gained thousands of followers on her YouTube page, where she records home videos of herself singing covers or original songs.

Her first solo studio EP album will be available to the public on iTunes and on her new website next Tuesday, Dec. 17. Until then, catch her live with Straight No Chaser at The Fox this Sunday at 7pm.

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