Liz Davis

Elizabeth "Liz" Davis is an American country singer from Madison, Mississippi who competed on season 3 of The Voice USA, mentored by Blake Shelton.


Liz first attracted attention when she won the MTV show P. Diddy's Starmaker in 2009. She signed a deal with Bad Boy Records, becoming that label's first-ever country artist, but nothing seemed to come of it, and she was dropped.

Liz was working in Nashville when she decided to try out for The Voice.

The VoiceEdit

Liz decided to give reality singing competition shows another try when she decided to try out for The Voice. Her take on the Gretchen Wilson hit "Here For the Party", the song that won her P. Diddy's Starmaker, caught the attention of three coaches - Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, and Blake Shelton. Being a country singer, she went with Blake, whom she had wanted as her coach from the beginning.

Liz did well with her take on "Baggage Claim" and "Gunpowder and Lead", both by Blake Shelton's then-wife, Miranda Lambert. However, despite her best efforts, Liz was eliminated in the live playoffs on November 8, 2012.

Post The VoiceEdit

Since her time on the show, Liz has kept her fans up-to-date on what she's been doing via Twitter.