They are no longer relevant from a voting standpoint, but iTunes purchases still reflect which “The Voice” performances are resonating with viewers.
In the case of Monday’s performance finale, the most resonant recordings are from Maelyn Jarmon. As of press time at 9:30AM ET Tuesday, all three of her recordings occupy Top 10 positions on the all-genre US iTunes sales chart.
Jarmon’s version of “Hallelujah” leads the entire chart at #1, while her original “Wait For You” occupies the #4 position. “Unforgettable,” her duet with John Legend, is #8.
Two of the other three finalists each have one song in the Top 10: Gyth Rigdon’s “Proof I’ve Always Loved You” is #5, while Andrew Sevener’s “Rural Route Raising” is #10.
The night’s other recordings are currently charting as follows:
12) Andrew Sevener – Lips Of An Angel
13) Gyth Rigdon – Once In A Blue Moon
18) Dexter Roberts – Anything Goes
23) Dexter Roberts – Looking Back
41) Gyth Rigdon & Blake Shelton – Take It Easy
46) Andrew Sevener & Blake Shelton – All Right Now
54) Dexter Roberts & Blake Shelton – Hard Workin’ Man