NBC’s ‘The Voice’ spoilers: What Shelby Brown, Evan McKeel, Braiden Sunshine will perform

VoiceIn just a matter of a few hours from now, we’re going to have a chance to see the top 12 contestants on “The Voice” hit the stage for what will (hopefully) be an extremely entertaining night of performances. We know that many of them have the skill to pull off just about anything … and that’s why we are a little bit bummed out about some of the picks from the coaches. Specifically, we’re looking at Pharrell.

Take a look below at all of the songs that we’ve compiled from iTunes this week. Admittedly, we don’t know the artists for every one of them.

Shelby Brown, “In Color” – We’ve seen Adam take country vocalists before into more of the mainstream with some of their choices, but when it comes to Shelby this time, he’s going with a track that is pure country. We like the pick, and it’s reasonably current to boot.

Jordan Smith, “Great is Thy Faithfulness” – There’s always a risk in singing religious songs since you have to worry about losing some viewers who may not be of the faith. However, we know already religious songs sell like nobody’s business on iTunes, and Jordan has the voice to pull it off.

Amy Vachal, “Hotline Bling” – Love the choice. Adam already has a great history of having contestants (Christina Grimmie) make a huge impression by doing a cover of a Drake song.

Barrett Baber, “Right Here Waiting” – The Team Blake members are going to be hard for us since we’re not really a country fan. This seems like a good choice for him, though..

Emily Ann Roberts, “Blame It on Your Heart” – We like this one. Even we’ve heard of Patty Loveless, so Emily is in good hands.

Zach Seabaugh, “My Love” – Our appreciation for this will probably depend on how many country songs we’ve heard by the time it airs.

Jeffrey Austin, “Let It Go” – The more James Bay we get on the show, the happier we’ll get.

Korin Bukowski, “Titanium” – Ugh. It’s yet another page of the CarterMatt Burn Book of Overdone Songs. We like “Titanium.” We’re just sick of it.

Braiden Sunshine, “Renegade” – It’s certainly creative, but a young teenager doing Styx? How will this work?

Madi Davis, “Who Will Save Your Soul” – Jewel had so many songs at the height of her career that still haven’t been explored much on singing shows.

Mark Hood, “Against All Odds” – BURN IT WITH “TITANIUM.” Mark’s going from a great, original cover to Phil Collins.

Evan McKeel, “This Is It” – It’s not at “burn it” level, but we could probably do without what we think is the Kenny Loggins song here.

Let us make one thing clear: With the Burn Book, we are not strictly blaming artists. This is more to show the producers that they should actually consider clearing more songs for some of these people to perform than the same 100 or so every season with a few new ones mixed in.

If you want to see where we’ve ranked these artists going into Monday’s episode, head over to this link! Also, sign up right away to get some other TV news on everything we cover via our CarterMatt Newsletter. (Photo: NBC.)

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