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The Voice’s Sundance Head Earns #1 On iTunes; Billy Gilman, Josh Gallagher, We McDonald Also Score Bonuses

Sundance Head [NBC]

Update: The 12PM ET voting deadline has arrived, and all four “The Voice” finalists have songs in the Top 10 on iTunes.

Sundance Head, in fact, holds the US single sales chart’s Top 2 positions. His’ Darlin’ Don’t Go” is #1, while “At Last” is #2.

Billy Gilman holds the #3 and #4 slots, while Josh Gallagher and We McDonald each have one song in the Top 10.

The six solo songs in the Top 10 will receive 5x multipliers on their iTunes vote (sales) totals.

Here is how the night’s 12 numbers were positioned at the voting deadline. NBC will reveal the winner of this season’s “The Voice” Tuesday night:

Here is how all of the night’s performances are positioned as of 1:07AM ET:
1) Sundance Head – Team Blake – Darlin’ Don’t Go
2) Sundance Head – Team Blake – At Last
3) Billy Gilman – Team Adam – My Way
4) Billy Gilman – Team Adam – Because Of Me
6) Josh Gallagher – Team Adam – Pick Any Small Town
7) Sundance Head – Team Blake – Treat Her Right (coach duet – not eligible for iTunes vote)
9) We McDonald – Team Alicia – Wishes
11) Josh Gallagher – Team Adam – Jack & Diane
12) We McDonald – Team Alicia – Don’t Rain On My Parade
14) We McDonald – Team Alicia – Ave Maria (coach duet – not eligible for iTunes vote)
19) Billy Gilman – Team Adam – Bye Bye Love (coach duet – not eligible for iTunes vote)
29) Josh Gallagher – Team Adam – Smooth (coach duet – not eligible for iTunes vote)
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The west coast broadcast of Monday’s “The Voice” performance show just concluded, and the show’s recordings are already dominating the US iTunes sales chart.

As of 1:07AM ET Tuesday, Sundance Head’s original “Darlin’ Don’t Go” is already #1.

The Team Blake member also has the night’s second-best-selling recording; his “At Last” is #3 on the chart. While not eligible for iTunes votes, his duet with Blake Shelton (“Treat Her Right”) is impressively positioned at #7.

Fellow finalists Billy Gilman, Josh Gallagher and We McDonald also have songs in the Top 10. Gilman holds #4 with “My Way” and #5 with original “Because Of Me.” Josh Gallagher’s original “Pick Any Small Town” is #6.

We McDonald’s “Wishes” is currently #10 on the chart.

Songs positioned in the Top 10 at the 12PM ET voting deadline will receive a 5x multiplier on their iTunes vote (sales) total.

Here is how all of the night’s performances are positioned as of 1:07AM ET:
1) Sundance Head – Team Blake – Darlin’ Don’t Go
3) Sundance Head – Team Blake – At Last
4) Billy Gilman – Team Adam – My Way
5) Billy Gilman – Team Adam – Because Of Me
6) Josh Gallagher – Team Adam – Pick Any Small Town
7) Sundance Head – Team Blake – Treat Her Right (coach duet – not eligible for iTunes vote)
10) We McDonald – Team Alicia – Wishes
14) Josh Gallagher – Team Adam – Jack & Diane
18) We McDonald – Team Alicia – Don’t Rain On My Parade
19) We McDonald – Team Alicia – Ave Maria (coach duet – not eligible for iTunes vote)
24) Billy Gilman – Team Adam – Bye Bye Love (coach duet – not eligible for iTunes vote)
35) Josh Gallagher – Team Adam – Smooth (coach duet – not eligible for iTunes vote)

Written by Brian Cantor

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