During season three of “The Voice,” versatile singer-songwriter Cassadee Pope proved that she’s a force to be reckoned with. She’s got the vocal skills to deftly move from pop rocker to country chanteuse, and her electrifying stage presence not only earned her a huge fan following, but also the distinction of being “The Voice’s” first female champion. With hits like “Wasting All These Tears,” “11,” and “You Hear a Song” from her debut album Frame By Frame ruling country airwaves, it’s no surprise that Cassadee Pope tour tickets are in high demand. During concerts, Cassadee has also been known to treat her longtime fans to songs hearkening back to her former days as lead singer for punk pop group Hey Monday in addition to her newer solo repertoire. As expected, her musical influences are many and varied, citing such artists as Avril Lavigne, Michelle Branch, Blink 182, Shania Twain, and Blake Shelton (her coach on “The Voice”) as sources of inspiration.