Soul-inspired vocalist Hannah Huston was a preschool teacher in Lincoln, Nebraska when she auditioned for season 10 (2016) from the U.S. performing competition The Tone of voice. A indigenous of Grand Isle, roughly 100 mls western world of Lincoln, Huston performed Allen Stone’s “Unaware” for the show’s instructors. Three from the four — Pharrell Williams, Christina Aguilera, and Blake Shelton — needed her because of their teams. Huston chosen Williams, and along with his support, she reached the season’s last four after shows of “Something’s Got a Hang on Me” (Etta Adam), “Rolling in the Deep” (Adele), and “I CANNOT Make You Like Me” (Bonnie Raitt) among various other tracks that were, generally, traditional R&B ballads. Huston eventually completed third, behind runner-up Adam Wakefield and champion Alisan Porter. Soon after the finale, studio room versions from the tracks Huston performed through the entire season were collected for discharge. “Every Breathing You Consider,” a dramatic cover from the Police’s 1983 number 1 pop strike, reached the Popular 100.