The Voice’s Maelyn Jarmon Enters Top 3 On US iTunes Sales Chart; Gyth Rigdon Joins Top 10

Maelyn Jarmon’s “Stay” is faring well on the US iTunes sales chart.

Maelyn Jarmon on 5/13/19 The Voice -- (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)

iTunes downloads no longer count as votes on NBC’s “The Voice,” but fans continue to purchase the recordings.

They are particularly enthusiastic about a few performances from Monday’s “The Voice” semifinal performance show.

As of press time at 1:05AM ET Tuesday, Maelyn Jarmon’s rendition of “Stay” is #3 on the all-genre US iTunes sales chart. Only Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber’s “I Don’t Care” and Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road (featuring Billy Ray Cyrus)” are selling at a faster pace.

Jarmon received raves from the judges for her performance.

Gyth Rigdon’s “God Bless The USA” is also resonating; the song is currently #10 on the chart. Dexter Roberts’ take on “Here Without You” closely follows at #14.

The night’s other performances currently rank as follows:

27) Shawn Sounds – A Song For You
37) Rod Stokes – Go Rest High On That Mountain
39) Andrew Sevener – Long Haired Country Boy
78) Kim Cherry – Together Again
268) Carter Lloyd Horne – Take Me To Church

Written by Brian Cantor

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