The two-night “The Voice” Season 13 finale began Monday night on NBC, with pop/country artist Addison Agen representing Team Adam Levine. Each of the four finalists performed duets with their coaches, and Agen and Levine took on Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova‘s Oscar-winning duet “Falling Slowly.” Do you think Agen did good enough to win this season of “The Voice” and join the list of past winners? Watch Addison Agen and Adam Levine’s duet performance from “The Voice” 2017 live shows above.
Our writer Denton Davidson live-blogged the episode, and as he said, “It’s a simple ballad and both are sitting on stools as they harmonize to the lyrics. They sound good, but if I’m being objective, it does not compare to the original and Adam struggles to hit low notes. Overall it was fine, but I don’t imagine this will be tearing up the charts and it probably wasn’t the ‘moment’ they were hoping for.”
Back in her blind audition of the reality TV show, Agen performed “Jolene” and had two coaches turn their chairs around: Miley Cyrus and Levine. The next time we saw Agen in the battle rounds, she and Karli Webster sang “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” and Webster was declared the winner by her coach Cyrus, resulting in Levine stealing Agen for his team. In the knockouts Agen was paired up against Dennis Drummond and Agen prevailed thanks to her performance of “Beneath Your Beautiful.” Agen’s rendition of “Angel from Montgomery” in the playoffs was good enough to send her through to the live shows. She sang “She Used to Be Mine” during Top 12 week, “A Case of You” during Top 11 week, “Lucky” during Top 10 week and “Both Sides Now” during Top 8 week.
Agen is 16 years old and currently resides in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Here’s the official NBC bio: “Addison had never been on a plane before flying out to audition for The Voice. Raised in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Addison started singing when she was only four years old. When she was nine, her father bought a record store that gave Addison the opportunity to explore many different genres and musical influences. She began songwriting when she was 11, and recently, her father built a stage inside the shop so she could perform. Addison’s mother has several jobs, including being a musical therapist at nursing homes. Addison loves to help her mom by singing at the nursing homes and getting the residents excited about music.”
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