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Amber Carrington / Press

“Adam Levine was the only coach to turn his chair for Amber Carrington during the Blind Auditions and predicted she would be one of the biggest surprises of this competition. He was right, and gave her the ultimate praise after she sang the Maroon 5 song, "Sad" Monday. The fact that you sat here and sang it better than I did ... makes me so happy," Levine gushed. ”

Kathy Ehrich Dowd - People.com

“LOS ANGELES – Truly a star was born tonight – a major recording star – as Rockwall’s Amber Carrington delivered an absolutely brilliant performance of Adele’s Grammy Award-winning hit, “Skyfall,” on NBC-TV’s “The Voice” singing competition. Singing last again of the final 8 performers, the 19-year-old’s powerful performance so impressed the judges that Blake Shelton called it the “Diva-Powerhouse Vocal of the Night.” Usher kiddingly praised her by saying, “Adele, I mean Amber….” And her Team Adam captain, Adam Levine, raised both arms jubilantly as she concluded, shouting, “Incredible!” He added that, tonight, Amber proved she can sing anything; and while she still may have a little country in her voice, there are many countries in the world and Amber could be successful in all of them. Click here to watch and hear her performance of Skyfall. While it’s been said by many that Amber has one of the top voices among the final 8 performers, tonight”

J.J. Smith - Rockwall News

“Blake Shelton called it “the diva powerhouse vocal of the night”, but told Adam that Amber’s still a country singer. Shakira acknowledged that covering Adele didn’t always work, but Amber’s version was a winner. Adam told Blake that Amber could go worldwide, then to Amber he said that “in the entire history of this show, nobody has done an Adele show and done it justice”. That certainly changed tonight.”

Adam Levine & Blake Shelton - Unreality TV

“ In dedication to her best friends, Amber Carrington took on Katy Perry's most vocally ambitious song, "Firework" (and got a piece of good luck from Perry beforehand as well). Shakira commended her for performing the "nightmare song" well, and Shelton praised her versatility beyond the country genre. In dedication to her family and friends, Carrington sang Maroon 5's "Sad" which was written by Levine and his guitarist, James Valentine. "The fact that you can make one of Adam's songs that beautiful, that's doing something!" teased Shelton. "I can't wait to buy your record." ”

Maroon Five - m5newsroom

“The first time I saw this performance, I wasn’t THAT impressed. Yeah, she sang it well, but I hated the idea of covering such a massive, operatic Adele song. But upon further inspection, I learned to truly appreciate Amber’s remarkable voice.”

John Kubicek - Buddy TV

“Amber took this song from her coach’s band and once again used her tremendous vocal range to transform it into something great.”

John Kubicek - Buddy TV

“Amber, whose vocal on this Rihanna song during the Live Playoffs was positively stunning. Her range and precision was haunting and spot-on, proving that she had the best voice of the season, as far as I’m concerned.”

John Kubicek - Buddy TV

“RCMH Sweetheart Nashville Bound--Years of dreaming of a career in country music are coming full-circle for local Rodeo City Music Hall sweetheart, Amber Carrington,as she takes a giant leap of faith by moving to Nashville, TN.With her recent 2011 graduation from Rockwall High School behind her, Amber is now focusing on her new Music City destination. Carrington will not be venturing to Nashville alone; she will be accompanied by her manager, Jennifer Perryman. Perryman met Amber in 2005, when she was encouraged to come hear her sing at RCMH. “She gave me chills while performing Unchained Melody and I knew instantly she had a gift,” said Perryman. Karol Dyess, Manager of RCMH, has watched Amber grow from a young girl, honing her craft, into a professional singer. “Amber has always had the ‘it factor,’” said Dyess.“Amber is the real deal and I am thrilled to watch her career blossom. See more at http://www.neighborsgo.com/stories/71720.”