“The Voice” Season 4 finale airs from 8 to 10 tonight on NBC, and the peacock network has lined up an impressive lineup of talent to perform on the hit reality TV show.
It’s a sure bet the network will drag out the announcement of the winner to the very end of the two-hour season finale. Muskogee’s The Swon Brothers and 16-year-old Texan Danielle Bradbery, both representing Oklahoma country music star Blake Shelton’s team, and indie pop-rocker Michelle Chamuel, who is competing on Team Usher, are the three finalists vying for the grand prize of a recording contract.
According to Yahoo! Music, rock legend Bob Seger will perform a duet tonight with The Swon Brothers, whose excellent cover of Seger’s “Turn the Page” last week landed them in the Top 5 on the iTunes country charts and helped them advance to the finals.
OneRepublic, featuring Tulsa native Ryan Tedder, will perform its new single “Counting Stars” with Chamuel, according to Yahoo! Music. Bradbery reportedly will be matched with fellow young country up-and-comer Hunter Hayes for his new hit “I Want Crazy.”
In addition, soon-to-be returning “The Voice” coach Christina Aguilera will sing with Pitbull, plus the finale will feature performances by Bruno Mars, Florida Georgia Line with Nelly and Cher.
Look for my live blog of the finale starting at 8 tonight here at BAM’s Blog.