The former guitarist of the Newsboys, Bryan Olesen, showcased his vocals during a recent audition on The Voice. 

The 49-year-old from Lincoln, Nebraska, blew away the judges, turning three out of four chairs within the first few seconds of singing. 

Olesen sang One Republic's 'Love Runs Out' during the blind audition. 

Reba McEntire was the first to share her thoughts on his song, saying she felt the performance without seeing anything. 

"When I turned around, the package was complete. You're absolutely incredible," said McEntire. "I love the song. I love your style. The pitch, everything was great. Way to go! I'm so glad you're here."   

John Legend followed Reba, letting Olesen know how talented he was. 

"I want to be clear about how great that performance was. That was the best audition we've seen," said Legend. "We're lucky to have you on The Voice."

Country and pop duo Dan and Shay thought they were being pranked, saying they thought they would turn around and find a famous person on stage. 

"Your voice is next level," said the duo. "You should be sitting here."

Following the critique, the judges invited Olesen's daughter, Jaden, to the stage. They were shocked when they found out she was also a talented singer, encouraging the pair to sing a quick duet. The pair sang Corinne Bailey Rae's 'Put Your Records On,' again blowing away judges. 

In the end, Olesen decided to join John Legend's team.