A singer’s emotional performance for his wife on "The Voice" will bring a tear to your eyes The Voice/YouTube screenshot
The Voice/YouTube screenshot

Each week on season 11 of NBC’s “The Voice,” viewers get to know a little bit more about Team Adam’s country singer Josh Gallagher. And, one of the sweetest parts of his personality is the fact that he’s so passionate about the love he has for his wife, Lindsey Miller.

Ultimately, that love shines through whenever he sings onstage.

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But on Dec. 5, that love shined even brighter. It was then that Josh crooned Loggins and Messina’s ‘70s hit “Danny’s Song,” as part of the show’s semi-finals, where the Top 8 competed for a chance to make it through to the finale.

During rehearsals Josh said, “This song reminds me of my wife. We don’t have a lot of money, but that doesn’t matter, because we have each other. I’m definitely going to be thinking about her when I perform this song.”

Appearing onstage, Josh serenaded his special bride from a barstool surrounded by shimmering lights. He was just a man on an acoustic guitar, but boy was it romantic. He made the audience melt with his southern twang, as he sang the lyrics, “And even though we ain’t got money/ I’m so in love with ya honey/ Everything bring a chain of love/ And in the morning when I rise/ Bring a tear of joy to my eyes/ And tell me every thing’s gonna be all right.”

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Following Josh’s emotional performance coach Adam Levine raved, “I’m not just saying this. I’m telling the truth here. I thought that was the best of the night so far, I really do, because it was probably the best song for your voice. It was so tasteful. Your voice sounds better than it’s ever sounded, and it’s the best timing ever going into the finale next week.”


Whether or not Josh squeezes into a spot in the final four, he sure put a tear in our eyes. “The Voice” airs Monday and Tuesday nights on NBC.

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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