The Voice 9 Song Spoilers Top 12 Performances
It’s the first week of finals! The Top 12 will perform for your votes tonight, and two will be eliminated tomorrow. See what the members of Team Pharrell Williams, Team Gwen Stefani, Team Blake Shelton and Team Adam Levine are singing right here.
REMEMBER! Wait until 10 pm ET before downloading your favorites, or it will not count as a vote for this week’s elimination.
Evan McKeel – Team Pharrell – This is It by Kenny Loggins – Download from iTunes
Mark Hood – Team Pharrell – Against all Odds by Phil Collins – Download from iTunes
Madi Davis – Team Pharrell – Who Will Save Your Soul by Jewel – Download from iTunes
Braiden Sunshine – Team Gwen – Renegade by Styx – Download from iTunes
Korin Bukowski – Team Gwen – Titanium by David Guetta w Sia – Download from iTunes
Jeffery Austin – Team Gwen – Let it Go by James Bay – Download from iTunes
Barrett Baber – Team Blake – Right Here Waiting by Richard Marx – Download from iTunes
Emily Ann Roberts – Team Blake – Blame it on Your Heart by Patty Loveless – Download from iTunes
Zach Seabaugh – Team Blake – My Love by Easton Corbin – Download from iTunes
Amy Vachal – Team Adam – Hotline Bling by Drake – Download from iTunes
Jordan Smith – Team Adam – Great is Thy Faithfulness – Download from iTunes
Shelby Brown – Team Adam – In Color by Jamey Johnson – Download from iTunes
Looks like Pharrell is going full on old school R&B for Evan McKeel. If he’s abandoning rock music, he could at least tackle a modern song. Kenny Loggins? Seriously?
Mark Hood’s song: OMG dude. You are toast. Why do you hate Mark, Pharrell? “Against All Odds” is generally speaking, the bane of singing show contestant’s existence. Ballads aren’t Mark’s strength to begin with. Watch him perform in the death spot, too. He’s not long for this singing show world, sadly. I will say, however, Trevin Hunte’s version a couple of years ago was kind of yelly, but effective.
Braiden Sunshine attempting to growl his way through Renegade. JUST NOOOO.
Korin Bukowski continues to be sleepy on a song that could pack a punch with a dynamic arrangement. Maybe the full song will surprise us tonight.
Also snoozy: Songs from Barrett Baber, Zach Seabaugh (tonight’s performance will establish him as a one-hit-wonder or a contender.)
Amy Vachal’s song pick is interesting. I suggested she sing something contemporary, but I’m not convinced it won’t be too laid back.
It looks like Adam is sticking with country for Shelby Brown. She’ll have to bring it tonight, because Emily Roberts has a better song. She sounds great on that Patty Loveless tune.
We knew it was coming, but I am surprised that Adam is pulling out the Jesus card for Jordan Smith so soon, instead of waiting closer to the final. I’m smelling another Top 10 iTunes hit! And that’s hardly a bold prediction.
I bow down and look forward to songs from Jeffery Austin and Madi Davis, who both sound incredible on their recordings.