While three of the four coaches on “The Voice” — Miley Cyrus, Jennifer Hudson and Blake Shelton — still have three artists in the competition, Adam Levine is down to two. All 11 of their acts sang on the second live show of Season 13 on Monday, Nov. 27. The goal for each was to make it into the top 10 on iTunes by Tuesday morning so that they can reap the benefit of a vote multiplier. The bottom two vote-getters will have to sing for the Instant Save on Tuesday’s show.
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Janice Freeman: “Shine” (Team Miley Cyrus)
Freeman opened the show with this song that was the debut single for the rock band Collective Soul back in 1994. This track from their first album “Hints Allegations and Things Left Unsaid” went to number one.
Red Marlow: “The Dance” (Team Blake Shelton)
Released by Garth Brook as the fourth and final single from his self-titled debut album in 1990, this track is now one of the country music superstar’s signature tunes.
Shi’Ann Jones: “Listen” (Team Jennifer Hudson)
Beyonce co-wrote and sang this powerful anthem in “Dreamgirls,” the 2006 film for which Hudson won an Oscar.
Adam Cunningham: “American Girl” (Team Adam Levine)
This was the second single from Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers‘ self-titled 1976 debut album and the last song the group ever performed live, just a week before Petty died.
Brooke Simpson: “What About Us” (Team Miley Cyrus)
Just before the halfway point of the evening, Simpson sang this tune recorded by Pink for her recently released seventh studio album “Beautiful Trauma “; it was a Top 20 hit. She wrote the song with Steve Mac and Johnny McDaid.
Davon Fleming: “I Have Nothing” (Team Jennifer Hudson)
Whitney Houston performed this show-stopper in the 1992 film “The Bodyguard,” and it was the third single from the Grammy-winning soundtrack.
Ashland Craft: “Chicken Fried” (Team Miley Cyrus)
This song was the first chart-topper for the Zac Brown Band in 2008 and was written by Brown and Wyatt Durrette.
Addison Agen: “”A Case of You” ” (Team Adam Levine)
Joni Mitchell wrote and recorded this song for her 1971 album “Blue” and the tune has become one of her all-time favorites to perform.
Keisha Renee: “It Matters to Me” (Team Blake Shelton)
Faith Hill released this in 1995 as the second single from her album, “It Matters to Me.” It was her third number one on the Billboard country charts and her first entry in the Hot 100.
Noah Mac: “Electric Love” (Team Jennifer Hudson)
This 2014 track was the debut single by singer/songwriter BØRNS and appeared on both his EP “Candy” and debut studio album “Dopamine.
Chloe Kohanski: “Total Eclipse of the Heart” (Team Blake Shelton)
This power ballad by Jim Steinman was a huge success for singer Bonnie Tyler in 1983 and was Billboard’s number-six song of the year.