Their cover of “I Drove All Night” cracked the Top 200 on iTunes overall singles chart, the only song from Tuesday’s show to do so.
At noon, when voting would typically end following a live show on The Voice, Johnny and Sammie were sitting at 193 on that chart.
More impressively, they were number three on the iTunes rock singles chart.
Gwen Stefani opted to advance Johnny to the knockout round from their battle matchup. Because she wasn’t stolen, Sammie was eliminated.
Here’s where all the songs from Tuesday’s show were sitting on iTunes genre charts as of noon. Not surprisingly, the three songs that failed to chart were the three performances viewers didn’t see because they were montaged.
Alternative singles chart
did not chart — Josh West (won Team Adam battle) versus Nala Price (eliminated) — “Everybody Wants to Rule the World”
Country singles chart
did not chart — Andrea Thomas (won Team Blake battle) versus Micah Tryba (eliminated) — “What Hurts the Most”
Pop singles chart
#120 — Aliyah Moulden (won Team Blake battle) versus Dawson Coyle (stolen by Alicia) — “Walking on Sunshine”
did not chart — Aaliyah Rose (won Team Gwen battle) versus Savannah Leighton (eliminated) — “Treat You Better”
Rock singles chart
#3 — Johnny Gates (won Team Gwen battle) versus Sammie Zonana (eliminated) — “I Drove All Night”
R&B singles chart
#24 — Chris Blue (won Team Alicia battle) versus RJ Collins (eliminated) — “Adorn”