But for the first time since Season 13 began, none of the songs cracked the iTunes Top 200 singles chart.
The best performance on a genre chart went to 26-year-old singer-songwriter Shilo Gold, who hit number two on the blues chart.
Davon Fleming cracked the Top 20 on the R&B / Soul chart with his four-chair turn cover of “Me and Mrs. Jones,” and Noah Mac cracked the top 20 on the alternative chart.
All rankings below were taken at noon, which is when voting typically ends follow a live episode of The Voice.
And I have to note, as always, that it’s impossible to compare performances on one genre chart to another. The pop and country singles charts are typically the toughest to scale.
That said, today the iTunes rock singles chart is being heavily influenced by the passing of Tom Petty. Moraih Formica’s cover of “Crazy on You” is one of only eight non-Tom Petty songs to crack the Top 70 on that chart.
Alternative singles chart
#27 — Noah Mac, “Way Down We Go”
Blues singles chart
#2 — Shilo Gold, “Stay with Me Baby”
Country singles chart
#102 — Adam Cunningham, “Midnight Rider”
#182 — Anna Catherine DeHart, “I Could Use a Love Song”
Pop singles chart
#57 — Addison Agen, “Jolene”
#177 — Hannah Mrozak, “Starving”
did not chart — Alexandra Joyce, “Wildest Dreams”
did not chart — Kathrina Feigh, “Big White Room”
R&B / Soul singles chart
#19 — Davon Fleming, “Me and Mr. Jones”
did not chart — Eric Lyn, “Ooh Child”
Rock singles chart
#69 — Moriah Formica, “Crazy On You”
did not chart — Adam Pearce, “Hot Blooded”