Singer Sid Kingsley from NBC’s The Voice

Welcome Sid Kingsley

We’re joined on the Starline by a musician born out of the painful awareness of the human condition. I stole that from the youtube page of contestant on Season 19 of the Voice, Sid Kingsley welcome.

Let’s go Beyond the Mic. Sid, how has your tiny hometown of 111 people Branchville, Virginia supporting you on this journey?

You’ve been performing since you were in the 4th grade. How has singing music on the voice that isn’t jazz help you evolve?

How has working with John Legend changed the way you respond as an artist?

Kelly was the only one who didn’t turn her chair in the blind auditions and yet she stole you. How did that make you feel?

Will you channel this exposure from being on the voice going to help you in the future?

How has the pandemic quarantine changed the way you perform?

What do you have left to offer in these next rounds of the Voice?

How have you and the other contestants adapted to surviving in a quarantine bubble?

The Rockin’ 8

Time is running out, so it’s time for the Rockin’ 8, 8 random questions, answer with the first thing that comes to your mind.

There is no Pressure.

1. Favorite blues artist of all time is?

2. One thing you do that annoys your wife Gabrielle? How bad is it, little or shake the walls snoring?

3. Favorite place in the blue ridge mountains?

4. Favorite keyboard?

5. Last place you visited overseas?

6. If you could perform one show with one late jazz legend it would have to be with…

7. Favorite club to play?

8. Regular or chocolate milk?

The Wrap:

He last was overseas in France, annoys his wife with snoring and would have loved to perform a show with Miles Davis. Sid Kingsley thanks for taking the time to talk with me today.

And that my friends is Beyond the Mic.

Check out Sid’s Website here

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