The 71-year-old singer ignites the ‘The Voice’ stage with ‘Stand By Me.’

The Voice senior member Jimi Bellmartin’s blending execution of the R&B standard “Stand By Me” during the finals captured everyone’s attention.

Bellmartin could distribute an EP and give a live presentation at Amsterdam’s Ziggo Vault after winning the season.

All of the coaches immediately turned around when he sang “It’s a Man’s World” by James Brown from the opening notes of his audition.

In this more than brief video, Jimi Bellmartin sings Ben E. Ruler’s “Stand By Me” at The Voice Senior’s The Final. He does an excellent job singing the song, particularly the chorus, “Stand by Me,” which is captivating.

He has spent many years touring the world and demonstrating his skills to a wide range of people. The soul singer won the RTL talent competition after performing “Loving Someone” in front of more than two million viewers. He was trained by Gerard and Gordon Joling.

Due to his distinctive soul vibe, Bellmartin’s rendition of “Stand By Me” on The Voice is one of the most enduring.

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