After The Voice

Dustin Christensen releases post-show debut album

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Dustin Christensen has released his first album since The Voice Season 9.

Dustin Christensen has released his first album since The Voice Season 9.

Dustin Christensen, a standout on Season 9 of The Voice, has released his first post-show music.

It comes in the form of a 12-track album called “Sad Songs, Mixes 1 & 2.”

Most of the songs are indeed slow in tempo, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t worth checking out.

I’ve embedded the album-closing “Ruler of Your Heart” below.

Also be sure to check out “The Rio Grande,” “You Could’ve Loved Me” and “Hollow Town,” all of which fit the “Sad Songs” theme.

The new album was funded with the help of a successful KickStarter campaign.

Don’t remember Dustin?

He turned four chairs with his blind audition performance of “Downtown Train,” then hit number one on the iTunes rock chart when he and Barrett Baber sang “Walking in Memphis” during the battle round for Team Blake.

Dustin was stolen by Adam Levine following that performance, but lost to eventual Top 20 finisher Keith Semple in the knockout round.

Pre-Voice, he released a solo album called “Highway Lines” in 2011.

You can follow Dustin through his website and Facebook page. On Twitter, he’s @Dustinonline.

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