|Location||Fort Wayne, Indiana|
After her loss in the Battles, Addison continued to garner a fanbase, yet she was often overlooked as a finalist until her coach advocated for her on the show by sending her into the Top 12 live shows. Emerging from the shadows, her emotional voice and slow vibrato won the love of America, receiving the first iTunes multiplier in Season 13, earning five more in her journey, and even stayed on the iTunes Top 200 weeks after her performances, emerging at the top of the competition week by week, propelling herself into the finale. In the finale, she performed well and all three of her songs reached the Top 10 on iTunes. This, however, was not enough to surpass Team Blake's Chloe Kohanski, placing her second overall.
Before The Voice
"Addison had never been on a plane before flying out to audition for The Voice. Raised in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Addison started singing when she was only four years old. When she was nine, her father bought a record store that gave Addison the opportunity to explore many different genres and musical influences. She began songwriting when she was 11, and recently, her father built a stage inside the shop so she could perform. Addison's mother has several jobs, including being a musical therapist at nursing homes. Addison loves to help her mom by singing at the nursing homes and getting the residents excited about music."
|Blind Auditions||"Jolene"||Dolly Parton||2-chair turn|
|Battles||"Girls Just Wanna Have Fun"||Cyndi Lauper||Lost; Stolen by Adam|
|Knockouts||"Beneath Your Beautiful"||Labrinth||Won|
|Playoffs||"Angel From Montgomery"||John Prine||Safe|
|Live Top 12||"She Used To Be Mine"||Sara Bareilles||Safe|
|Live Top 11||"A Case Of You"||Joni Mitchell||Safe|
|Live Top 10||"Lucky"||Britney Spears||Safe|
|Semifinals||"Both Sides, Now"||Joni Mitchell||Safe|
|Finale||"Humble and Kind"||Lori McKenna||Runner-Up|