Blake Shelton, Kane Brown to Perform on ‘The Voice’
Blake Shelton and Kane Brown are set to give special performances on The Voice before the Season 14 finalists are revealed next week.
Billboard reports that Shelton, Brown and Panic! At the Disco are all scheduled to perform on a special episode of The Voice on Tuesday (May 15). The episode will reveal the live results from contestants' most recent performances, which will decide which aspiring stars move on in the competition.
Shelton will perform "I Lived It," the second single from his current album, Texoma Shore. The song currently resides at No. 9 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart and could give Shelton his 26th No. 1 hit.
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Brown is slated to perform "Heaven," the fourth single from his self-titled debut album. He recorded the song for a special re-release of the album, and it currently sits at No. 2 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart. Brown's previous single, "What Ifs," gave him his first No. 1 hit at country radio after he recorded it as a duet with Lauren Alaina, who is actually an old friend of his from high school.
The Voice is introducing Special Duets for the semifinals, pairing off the eight semifinalists to sing a unique blend of two songs. Each singer will also deliver a solo performance in hopes of winning their way into the finals. Shelton is also the most successful coach in The Voice history, and he still has three artists in the running this season: Pryor Baird, Kyla Jade and Spensha Baker.
The Voice airs Monday and Tuesday at 8PM on NBC.
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