If he makes the finals, Cole Vosbury might have an edge before the singing even begins.
That’s because he’s put together the best iTunes performance of the five contestants left on The Voice.
Anyone who follows this blog knows I’ve checked out on The X Factor.
I blogged about the show for two seasons.
Tonight’s the big night for Carrie Underwood and the rest of the cast of “The Sound of Music.”
They’ll be doing something that hasn’t been done in more than 50 years.
They’ll be performing a musical on live TV.
Last week marked the release of the debut album from Danielle Bradbery, Season 4 winner of The Voice.
Today, that album landed at number 19 on the Billboard 200 and number five on the country albums chart.
OK, it sounded a little strange hearing Kelly Clarkson being welcomed back as part of The Voice family Tuesday night.
But there the original American Idol winner was, taking the stage decked out in red to sing one of the original tunes on her new “Wrapped in Red” Christmas album.
James Wolpert earned the final instant save on Season 5 of The Voice Tuesday night.
And Matthew Schuler became the third straight contestant to be saved one week, only to go home the next.
Only one contestant goes home tonight on The Voice.
And the two lads from Pennsylvania might have good reason to be nervous.
Cole Vosbury was one of the Top 6 to perform on The Voice Monday night.
He performed “Rich Girl” by Hall and Oates and “Better Man” by James Morrison.
Tessanne Chin was one of the Top 6 to perform on The Voice Monday night.
She performed “Redemption Song” by Bob Marley and “Unconditionally” by Katy Perry.
Jacquie Lee was one of the Top 6 to perform on The Voice Monday night.
She performed “Cry Baby” by Janis Joplin and “The Voice Within,” dedicated to her coach, Christina Aguilera.