Jim Ranger spent the first part of his childhood traveling the country in an RV with his parents, who would sing and preach at churches and festivals. He started singing at 4 years old and learned the guitar at 13. Once his family settled down, he joined the school choir and found a passion for secular music. He went on to play in a jazz band and, at 20, married his wife, Camilla, whom he has known since they were babies. They now have three kids together and Jim works as a campus pastor and worship leader at his dad's church. Jim loves his role in the church but feels he has neglected his passion for secular music. He comes to "The Voice" to prove to his kids that it is never too late to follow your dreams.
|Blind Auditions||"Blue Ain't Your Color"||Keith Urban||3-chair turn|
|Battle Rounds||"Good As You"||Kane Brown||Won|
|Knockouts||"Humble And Kind"||Tim McGraw||Won|
|Live Playoffs||"Rumor"||Lee Brice||Saved by Blake|
|Semifinals||“Without You”||Badfinger||Saved by public vote|
|Finale||“With A Little Help From My Friends”||The Beatles||2nd Place|