Season 15 of “The Voice” has reached the finals; only four singers remain and will perform one last night for fan votes before a winner is crowned.

This week the singers will perform three times – a new cover a duet with their coach, and a new original song.

Team Blake’s Chris Kroeze get the night of music started with the Lynyrd Skynyrd smash hit “Sweet Home Alabama” as the audience waved red, white, and blue light sticks. Chris went down into the audience for part of his performance and brought the house to their feet. Host Carson Daly said that it was a great way to kick off the finale. Kelly said that Chris’ vocal skills are off the chart. Adam called Chris an amazing guitar player; adding that he did a fantastic job. Coach Blake said that Chris’ journey has been a lot of fun to watch and to be a part of; adding that Chris knows how to connect with an audience. Blake noted that not just anybody can play “Sweet Home Alabama” and kill it like Chris just did.

Team Kelly’s Chevel Shepherd performed the Tanya Tucker song “It’s a Little Too Late”. Noting that he has said so many nice things about Chevel, Adam said that she has a big voice; adding that she is amazing. An excited Kelly said that Chevel did an amazing job with the song; adding that she can’t wait to buy records from Chevel.

Team Blake’s Kirk Jay performs his original song “Defenseless”. One of the songwriters appeared on season two of “The Voice”. Saying that she is a big fan, Jennifer said that Kirk belongs in this industry; adding that Kirk made a Country music fan out of her. Saying that he loved Kirk, Coach Blake noted that the most important thing was that Kirk made a Country music fan out of Jennifer. Blake said that he wanted to be the first to welcome Kirk to the Country music family; adding that Kirk is the real deal.

Kennedy Holmes rounds out round one with her original song “Love is Real”. Kelly loved the vibe; adding that it’s perfect for radio right now. Jennifer loved that Kennedy is coming into her own artistry; adding that she liked seeing Kennedy have fun.

In the first duet of the night, Kirk and Blake kick off round two with the George Strait song “You Look so Good in Love”.

Kennedy and coach Jennifer perform their duet “Home”.

Chris Kroeze performs his original song “Human”. Jennifer said that between Chris and Kirk she is going to have all of her Country playlist; adding that Chris’ voice is its own thing and she will be at his concert too. Blake agreed that Chris’ voice its own thing; adding Chris had a moment.

Chevel and Coach Kelly pair up for their duet of a Judds song, because they are the new Judds says Kelly.

Blake returns to the stage, this time with Chris Kroeze for their duet “Two More bottles of Wine” by Delbert McClinton.

Kirk Jay returns to perform his cover tune and brought the coaches to their feet. Carson called the performance beautiful; adding it was the stuff of finales. Noting all of the key changes, Adam said that Kirk’s voice stands out; adding that it is the most valuable thing to have as a singer. Coach Blake agreed with Adam on Kirk’s unique voice and agreed that it is very valuable to have. Calling the performance brilliant, Blake believes that they will be hearing Kirk on the radio.

Chevel performs her original song “Broken Hearts”. Kelly said that she had originally wanted to record the song. Adam said that Chevel is still awesome; adding that he loves the song. Adam noted that Chevel also has a recognizable voice. N emotional Kelly said that she loved the song, calling Chevel magical.

Kennedy closes out the show with “Confident”. Carson noted that the audience was electrified and the loudest it has ever been in the room. Jennifer again harps on her age.

And on Tuesday Carson will reveal the winner for season 15 amid a star studded two hour grand finale.

While there are no final performances in the overall top 10 iTunes chart at the end of the east coast/central time airing; one chart has Voice performances in the top three spots and in five of the top 10, another chart has another song in the top 10, and a third chart has a song in the number one spot.

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