Big Performances on ‘The Voice’ Finals

“The Voice” has come to the end of another season with the two night finale of season eleven. This is the last time fans will have the opportunity to vote for We McDonald, Sundance Head, Josh Gallagher, and Billy Gilman.

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The singers will perform three songs – a new cover song, a duet with their coach, and a new original song.

Getting the night of music started is the youngest Country music singer to ever top the Country music charts – Billy Gilman taking on one of the greatest performs of all time – Frank Sinatra – with “My Way”. Billy began the song A Cappella before he was joined by the piano. Calling it her favourite song of all time, Miley said that Billy did an awesome job. Coach Adam said, “never before has someone like Billy with all this talent ever had a song match up so well.” Written by Paul Anka, “My Way” was designed to be a farewell to the music business for Sinatra (his retirement song); Gilman performed the song as a message of how he plans to relaunch his musical career.

The only coach to have two singers in the finals, Adam’s singer Josh Gallagher performs his new original song – a song he co-wrote – “Pick Any Small Town”. Small town resident Blake Shelton said that he can identify with the song; adding that Josh did a great job. Coach Adam said that it felt like Josh was a Country star.

In the first duet of the night, Alicia Keys and We McDonald performed the Franz Schubert composition “Ave Maria”.

Team Blake’s Sundance Head performed his original composition “Darlin’ Don’t Go”. Sundance dedicated the song to his wife Misty who was in the audience. In the video package Blake revealed that KISS confirmed that they will be performing with Sundance on the finale Tuesday – December 13. Blake said that he was most impressed with the fact that the show has discovered someone who has not been discovered yet; adding that he loves the song.

Billy Gilman and coach Adam Levine team up for a performance of the Everly Brothers hit “Bye Bye Love”.

We McDonald performs her new original song that was written for her “Wishes”. Coach Alicia said that she couldn’t express how proud she was of We; adding that she was the truth with unlimited potential.

Adam takes the stage with his Country music singer Josh Galagher for a performance of the Santana Grammy Award winning smash hit “Smooth”.

Sundance Head and coach Blake Shelton performed “Treat Her Right”, a song that was written and recorded by his Dad Roy Head in 1965. His Dad was in the audience to see the performance.

Team Adam’s Josh Gallagher performed the John Mellencamp hit “Jack and Diane”. Adam encouraged the crowd to keep screaming for a while. Adam said that the song and Josh were meant to be together; adding that he sang it so well.

Sundance Head took on the legendary Etta James with his rendition of “At Last”. Coach Blake said that he could not be more excited, happy, and proud of Sundance.

Performing a song that was originally intended to be a Maroon 5 song, Adam gave Billy Gilman “Because of Me”. Coach Adam said that he felt it was a first for the show because the performance was one of the most definitive moments in Billy’s career.

Finishing out the night of music is We McDonald with “Don’t Rain on My Parade”. Coach Alicia said that the song showed everybody how unique and special We is.

Even before the show aired on the west coast, all four of the aritists had songs in the top 17 of the iTunes overall singles chart with one artist having three songs in the top eight and a second singer with two songs in the top eight.

On Tuesday a new winner will be crowned in a two hour event that includes KISS, Stevie Wonder, The Weeknd, Sting, Ariana Grande Bruno Mars, John Legend, and Kelly Clarkson.

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