It’s the semi finals and only eight singers remain on “The Voice”.
The singers will be performing twice tonight, a new solo song and a duet with a fellow contestant of a Beatles song.
Five of the remaining eight singers are from Team Blake, Kelly has one singer, and John has two singers. Adam no longer has any singers in the competition.
Team Blake’s Andrew Sevener gets the night of performances started off with “Long Haired Country Boy” complete with fiddle solo. Andrew is the only one chair turn remaining in the competition.
In the first duet of the night, Team Blake’s Kim Cherry and Team Legend’s Shawn Sounds pair up for a performance of “Eleanor Rigby”.
Team Blake’s Gyth Rigdon takes on Lee Greenwood with the patriotic anthem “God Bless the U.S.A.”. It was the first time the song has been performed on the show. John pointed out that Gyth was standing up for America on the day they were celebrating the British Invasion.
Team Blake’s Kim Cherry performed the Janet Jackson song “Together Again”. Kelly said that Kim would be great on Broadway.
Cross battle opponents Team Legend’s Maelyn Jarmon and Team Kelly’s Rod Stokes pair up to perform The Beatles smash hit “Yesterday”.
Team Blake’s Carter Lloyd Horne performs a song that his fans have been requesting – “Take Me to Church” by Hozier.
Team Kelly’s Rod Stokes sang the Vince Gill song “Go Rest High on that Mountain”. It was the song he sang at his grandparent’s funeral. Rod has been on Blake, Adam, and Kelly’s teams over the season.
Team Blake’s Dexter Roberts and Gyth Rigdon take on The Beatles rock song “Hey Jude”.
Team Legend’s Maelyn Jarmon performed the Rihanna hit song “Stay”.
Team Blake’s Andrew Sevener and Carter Lloyd Horne perform The Beatles song “Help!”.
Team Blake’s Dexter Roberts chose to sing the 3 Doors Down song “Here Without You”.
Team Legend’s Shawn Sounds closes out the night of performances with the Donnie Hathaway song “A Song for You”. Adam said that Shawn put on a singing clinic.
On the Tuesday results show the final four will be revealed.