Hoot was crowned winner of The Voice Season 17
The Voice Season 17 winner Jake Hoot has tapped his coach Kelly Clarkson for a new duet called “I Would’ve Loved You.” The track is the lead off single from his upcoming Love Out Of Time EP. The song is impacting country, Hot AC and Top 40 radio with its video below.
Produced by hit songwriter/producer Danny Myrick (Jason Aldean, Tim McGraw, Maddie & Tae), Hoot’s debut project features four original songs as well as Hoot’s recently released cover of “La Bamba.” Hoot collaborated with an all-star lineup of musicians and songwriters for the EP including Dean Sams (Lonestar), Myrick, Jenne Fleenor (CMA Award-winning musician), Dave Pahanish (Keith Urban, Tim McGraw, Toby Keith), Jamie Floyd (Ingrid Andress, Lucie Silvas, Ashley Monroe) and more.
Currently amassing over three million Apple Music and Spotify streams, nearly 70k downloads, more than 200k combined social followers and celebrating his second Grand Ole Opry appearance, the future proves bright for this mega talent with a heart of gold who is known by his five-year-old daughter simply as daddy.
Hoot is a country artist originally from Corpus Christi, TX, and currently living in Cookeville, TN, was crowned champion of The Voice in December 2019.
Hoot stood out all season for his powerful vocals, dynamic storytelling abilities and devotion as a single dad to his daughter. Originally a one-chair-turn, Hoot earned Coach Kelly Clarkson her third Voice win on the four-time Emmy Award-winning musical competition series that airs on NBC.