Cassadee Pope's unique vocals and powerful performances stole the national spotlight during Season 3 of The Voice. The star of the NBC hit prime-time show wowed from the start with offers from all four judges during the blind auditions before accepting with Team Blake (Shelton). Excelling throughout the competition, Cassadee displayed diverse musical tastes and talents, covering such songs as "Stupid Boy" (Keith Urban) and "Cry" (Faith Hill). Her version of the Miranda Lambert song "Over You" was one of her three Voice performances that catapulted to the No. 1 spot on the iTunes All-Genre Chart, further proving Cassadee's wide consumer appeal and vocal prowess.
The talented singer/songwriter has already appeared on Today, Live with Kelly & Michael, The Tonight Show With Jay Leno and performed with Train on New Year's Eve With Carson Daly.
Cassadee debuted on the country charts with her now-hit single, "Wasting All These Tears," which she followed up with "I Wish I Could Break Your Heart." Both songs are from her debut album, Frame By Frame. Its Billboard chart debut was impressive – No. 1 Top Country Albums and Top 10 all-genre Top Albums.
Cassadee made her Grand Ole Opry debut on July 16, 2013. "The Opry has always been something I wanted to do and as a kid I covered all the artists that sang on the Opry stage," she told Nashville newspaper The Tennessean.
"The Opry has always been something I wanted to do and as a kid I covered all the artists that sang on the Opry stage."