Ali Caldwell and Courtnie Ramirez’s One-Two Punch: Singing on a modernized version of jazzy folk-pop icon Odetta’s “Hit or Miss,” Ali Caldwell and Courtnie Ramirez took opposing approaches to their battle round.
Christian Cuevas, Jason Warrior Say Soulful ‘Hello’: Singing an Adele song has become a bit of a cliché over the course of The Voice’s 11 seasons.
Michael Sanchez Upsets Dave Moisan: If Alicia Keys has a Voice strategy, it’s to think outside the box. She took the Zutons’ “Valerie” and slowed it down.
Courtney Harrell and Ethan Tucker Defy ‘Gravity’: Courtney Harrell and Ethan Tucker make an intriguing paring of light and dark vocal forces, but only one could stick around after their “locked in” battle on John Mayer’s “Gravity.”
Billy Gilman, Andrew DeMuro Mirror Michael Jackson: Blake Shelton called it the most evenly matched battle he’d ever seen, but that couldn’t save Andrew DeMuro and his high flying vocal acrobatics.