It’s down to just nine singers on “The Voice” and only two weeks remaining in season 19.

Tonight the singers will be performing two songs – one solo and a trio performance.

Blake’s save Jim Ranger gets the night of music started off with one of his dad’s favourite songs “Without You” by Harry Nilsson.  Jim brought the coaches to their feet.  Host Carson Daly noted what a way to start the show.   John called it Jim’s best performance yet; adding that it was flawless and he is a force to be reckoned with.  Blake said, “you just did it, dude!”.  Blake noted that he was more impressed than he has ever been on the show.

Team Kelly’s save Cami Clune sang “The Joke” by Brandi Carlile and dedicated to her mom.  Gwen said that Cami’s voice is like an angel; adding that she is unique and wants to be Cami when she grows up.  Agreeing with Gwen, Kelly said that Cami has a way to tell a story.

In the first trio of the night; Carter Rubin, Desz, and Jim Ranger sing the Billy Preston hit “Will it Go Round in Circles”.  The coaches were out of their chairs dancing during the performance. 

Gwen’s steal and save Ben Allen performs a song by her finacee Blake Shelton with “All About Tonight”.  Ben dedicates his song to Blake and Gwen.  Blake was jealous and blown away; saying that Ben slayed the song and wanted to be Ben.  Gwen said that she thinks it’s funny that she will win the show singing a Blake Shelton song.  She said that Ben did a great job and was blown away.

Team Legend’s John Holiday was the leading vote getter last week.  John performed the Coldplay song “Fix You”.  John Legend said that it was a perfect song for John Holiday.  Kelly said that the song got better as it went along; adding that John has a perfect voice.  Coach John Legend noted that he was over there crying; adding that they felt it.

In the next trio performance; Tamara Jade, Ben Allen, and Ian Gallagher sang “Tulsa Time”. 

Team Kelly’s Desz performed “Don’t Let Go (Love)” by Envogue.  During rehearsals, Kelly sang backup for Desz.  Kelly was standing up with her mouth wide open.  John said that he felt the fire; adding that Desz sang with such power and soulfulness.  An excited Kelly said that it was her favourite performance from any of her singers.  She said that she wanted to put in her application to be Desz’ backup singer.

Instant save and Team Legend’s Bailey Rae sang the Ray Charles song “Georgia on My Mind”.  Blake noted that he loves Bailey Rae; adding that she encompasses the old school country sound.  Coach John Legend noted that America needs to be reminded how young Bailey is – she’s 16.  He said that she sang the song with such confidence.

Three time Grammy Award winner and “The Voice” coach Gwen Stefani debuts her new single “Let Me Re-introduce Myself”.

In the next trio John Holiday, Cami Clune, and Bailey Rae come together for a performance of “Pompeii” by Bastille.

Team Blake’s Ian Flanigan performed the Sarah McLachlan song “Angel”.  He dedicated the song to his girlfriend; now fiancée.  Ian brought the coaches to their feet.  Kelly noted that Ian can sing anything…literally anything.  She noted that she could see Ian writing the song.  Coach Blake noted that it was Kelly was the one who suggested the song; adding that Ian killed it and was incredible.

John Legend save Tamara Jade performed the classic Beatles song “Let it Be” and dedicated it to her coach John Legend.  Gwen said that Tamara has a sparkly and shiny personality.  John said that Tamara is incredible and a superstar.

Closing out the night of music, Team Gwen’s Carter Rubin performed the Kermit the Frog hit “Rainbow Connection”.  Carter dedicated the song to his brother who is autistic.  An emotional Gwen called the performance flawless; adding that it was God answering her prayers.  Gwen called Carter so gifted.

On the Tuesday results show five of the singers will move on to the finals.