Ray Boudreaux
Ray Boudreaux - S5
General Information
Name Ray Boudreaux
Gender Male
Age 25
Nationality American
Location Lafayette, LA
Occupation Yard worker
Team(s) Blake
Season(s) 5
Placement Eliminated
Blind Audition song Use Me
Battles song Some Kind of Wonderful
Chairs Turned

Ray Boudreaux was one of top 8 contestants in Season 5 of the NBC’s The Voice. He was on Blake Shelton’s team.


Small-town Ray has never ventured far from home, leaving his hometown of Lafayette, Louisiana, for the first time ever to go to Los Angeles for his audition. At 22 he became a father and stopped performing to be home with his daughter and girlfriend. He does yard work for income and shares custody of his daughter Audrey with his ex-girlfriend.


Blind AuditionsEdit

Soul singer Ray Boudreaux sang “Use Me” by Bill Withers for his blind audition. After Blake Shelton and CeeLo Green turned their chairs around, Boudreaux decided to choose Shelton to be his coach.

Battle roundsEdit

During the Battle rounds Boudreaux went against Monika Leigh singing "Some Kind of Wonderful" and won.

Knockout roundsEdit

In the Knockout rounds Boudreaux sang "Hard to Handle" and won againt E.G. Daily and advanced to the Live shows.

Live showsEdit

Week 1Edit

In the live playoffs Boudreaux sang "Home", he was in the bottom three but coach Blake chose to save him.

Week 2Edit

In week 2 Boudreaux sang "All Of Me" was voted through by the public.

Week 3Edit

In week 3 Boudreaux sang "You Are The Best Thing" and was voted through by the public

Week 4Edit

In week 4 Boudreaux sand "Gimme Some Lovin" but was in the bottom three and ultimatly eliminated after not recieving the Instant Save.

Post-Voice CareerEdit

In the coming months Boudreaux is planning to record and release an EP of original music.