On Tuesday, Addison Agen lost season 13 of “The Voice” to Chloe Kohanski in one of the closest votes in the history of the show. It was a shock result given that Agen was the only one of the top four artists to get all three of her songs from Monday’s final in the iTunes top 10.
She grabbed the top spot with her original single “Tennessee Rain.” As part of the promotional push for the final four, Agen made a video version of “Tennessee Rain” which you can watch above.
Her cover of the Tim McGraw Grammy-winning hit “Humble and Kind” was in fifth place. And her duet with coach Adam Levine on the 2006 Oscar-winning “Falling Slowly” grabbed the 10th and final slot.
That this 16-year-old talent chose to cover a song that dates back to when she was just is not so surprising given the success she had on the fourth live show with “Both Sides, Now.” Her rendition of that plaintive 1967 tune by singer/songwriter Joni Mitchell was your favorite among all of Agen’s performances on season 13 of “The Voice.”
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Agen won over two of the coaches at her blind audition when she sang “Jolene.” She went with her idol, Miley Cyrus over Adam Levin but was dropped by her in the Battle Round. The sophomore coach preferred Karli Webster‘s version of “Girls Just Want to Have Fun.” She was rescued by Levine, who mentored her throughout the rest of the season. Webster only made it as far as the Knockout Round before being dropped by Cyrus.