By RODNEY HO/ email@example.com, originally filed Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Like Marietta's Angie Keilhauer on Monday's episode, Kennesaw's Peyton Parker Tuesday made it through the battle rounds of "The Voice" but was only featured in a quick montage.
That does not bode well for either of them in the knockout round, based on how the NBC show has worked in the past.
The producers already know who will make it to the live rounds. The blind audition, battle and knockout rounds were pre-taped.
For Parker's battle round, mentor Blake Shelton chose Madonna's "Borderline," which Parker sang with Gina Costanzo.
Parker attended Kell High School before moving to Nashville in 2013 to pursue her career in music.
There are 37 contestants left for the knockout rounds, which will get trimmed to 20 for the live rounds.
In related "The Voice" news, season 9 finalist and Kennesaw resident Zach Seabaugh will be headlining a concert at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre with fellow finalist Emily Ann Roberts on June 15. Tickets go on sale March 24. Tickets will range from $40 to $99. (Tickets will be available here.)