Soul-inspired vocalist Hannah Huston was a preschool teacher in Lincoln, Nebraska when she auditioned for season ten of the U.S. singing competition The Voice. A native of Grand Island, Huston performed Allen Stone’s “Unaware” for the show’s coaches. Three of the four — Pharrell Williams, Christina Aguilera, and Blake Shelton — wanted her for their teams. Huston selected Williams, and with his support, she reached the season’s final four after performances of “Something’s Got a Hold on Me” (Etta James), “Rolling in the Deep” (Adele), and “I Can’t Make You Love Me” (Bonnie Raitt) among other songs that were, for the most part, classic R&B ballads. Huston ultimately finished second runner up. Immediately after the finale, studio versions of the songs Huston performed throughout the season were gathered for release, and “Every Breath You Take,” a dramatic cover of the Police’s 1983 number one pop hit, reached the Billboard Hot 100. In late 2016, Huston released her first single “I Alone Have Loved You”, and was voted to perform the song live on season eleven of The Voice.