The Voice (U.S. TV series) discography

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The Voice is an American television music competition to find singing talent amongst all genres of music, regardless of age, and accepts contestants of minor professional background. Its inaugural season was completed in June 2011 and has been broadcast biannually from 2012. The winners and finalists of the seasons have seen varied levels of success with musical releases. Musical releases before their participation on the show are not included in the list.

Singles during The Voice[edit]

In a first for a music competition series, NBC and Universal Republic Records (later moved to Republic Records in 2012)[1] offered fans of the show the ability to vote for their favorite artists by purchasing the studio versions of the songs that they perform on the live show each week via the iTunes Store. Only studio versions, not the live version, of its participants' performances are available for download on iTunes. Hot Digital Songs information is included as a rough gauge on the actual sales figures for the songs.[2]

There is generally a studio version released for every song on The Voice by its contestants, except for the Battle Rounds and the Knockout segment of the show. In the first season, the battle rounds were recorded in the studio with both artists in the pairing. However, from season two onwards, only the winner's version of the song from the battle round is released. With the introduction of the Knockout Rounds in season three, where each contestant from the pairing sang a separate song, only the winner's single is released.

Hot 100 singles[edit]

Hot 100 singles per season
Season 1
16
Season 2
7
Season 3
10
Season 4
13
Javier Colon has the highest charting single with "Stitch by Stitch".
Dia Frampton has the longest charting single with her rendition of "Heartless".
Cassadee Pope has the highest selling single with her rendition of "Over You".

The following songs that were sung on The Voice have charted on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Entry Date Show Segment Single Artist Peak Weeks on Chart Hot Digital Songs Peak iTunes bonus Ref
Season 1
May 14, 2011[W 1][W 2] Blind Auditions "Time After Time" Javier Colon
(Winner)
65 1 41 N/A [A 1]
[A 2]
June 25, 2011[W 3][W 4] Quarter-finals "Heartless" Dia Frampton
(2nd place)
57 4 30 N/A [A 3]
[A 4]
July 2, 2011[W 5][W 6] "Angel" Javier Colon 64 1 35 N/A [A 1]
[A 2]
"Jolene" Vicci Martinez
(3rd/4th place)
76 1 50 N/A [A 5]
[A 6]
"Black Horse and the Cherry Tree" Casey Weston
(5th-8th place)
90 1 70 N/A [A 7]
[A 8]
"Price Tag"[A] Xenia
(5th-8th place)
99 1 N/A [A 9]
July 9, 2011[W 7][W 8] Semi-finals "Fix You" Javier Colon 52 2 26 N/A [A 1]
[A 2]
"Losing My Religion" Dia Frampton 54 2 28 N/A [A 3]
[A 4]
"Dog Days Are Over" Vicci Martinez 68 1 43 N/A [A 5]
[A 6]
"The Man Who Can't Be Moved" Xenia 92 1 68 N/A [A 9]
[A 10]
July 16, 2011[W 9][W 10] Finals "Stitch by Stitch" (original) Javier Colon 17 2 6 N/A [A 1]
[A 2]
"Inventing Shadows" (original) Dia Frampton 20 1 7 N/A [A 3]
[A 4]
"Man In the Mirror" Javier Colon
with coach, Adam Levine
45 1 24 N/A [A 1]
[A 2]
"I Won't Back Down" Dia Frampton
with coach, Blake Shelton
57 1 33 N/A [A 3]
[A 4]
"Beautiful" Beverly McClellan
(3rd/4th place)
with coach, Christina Aguilera
74 1 52 N/A [A 11]
[A 12]
"Afraid to Sleep" (original) Vicci Martinez 78 1 53 N/A [A 5]
[A 6]
Season 2
February 25, 2012[W 11][W 12] Blind Auditions "Say Aah" Lindsey Pavao
(5th-8th place)
80 1 62 N/A [A 13]
[A 14]
April 28, 2012[W 13][W 14] Live Rounds "Roxanne" Juliet Simms
(2nd place)
86 1 48 N/A [A 15]
[A 16]
May 19, 2012[W 15][W 16] Semi-finals "It's a Man's Man's Man's World" Juliet Simms 70 1 20 N/A [A 15]
[A 16]
May 26, 2012[W 17][W 18] Finals "99 Problems" Tony Lucca
(3rd place)
58 1 16 N/A [A 17]
[A 18]
"Yesterday" Tony Lucca
with coach, Adam Levine
68 1 22 N/A [A 17]
[A 18]
"I Believe I Can Fly" Jermaine Paul
(Winner)
83 1 32 N/A [A 19]
[A 20]
"The Prayer" Chris Mann
(4th place)
with coach, Christina Aguilera
85 1 34 N/A [A 21]
[A 22]
Season 3
December 8, 2012[W 19][W 20] Top 10 Perform Live "Over You"[B] Cassadee Pope
(Winner)
25 2* 3
YesYx2
[A 23]
[A 24]
"Seven Nation Army" Melanie Martinez
(5th/6th place)
86 1 30
YesY
[A 25]
[A 26]
"Stars" Amanda Brown
(5th/6th place)
97 1 56 [A 27]
[A 28]
December 15, 2012[W 21][W 22] Top 8 Perform Live "Too Close" Melanie Martinez 94 1 27
YesY
[A 25]
[A 26]
"Are You Happy Now?" Cassadee Pope 95 1 28
YesY
[A 23]
[A 24]
December 22, 2012[W 23][W 24] Quarter-finals "I Want to Know What Love Is" Terry McDermott
(2nd place)
84 1 25
YesY
"Somewhere Over the Rainbow" Nicholas David
(3rd place)
96 1 30
YesY
December 29, 2012[W 25][W 26] Semi-finals "Stupid Boy" Cassadee Pope 40 1 6
YesY
[A 23]
[A 24]
"Let It Be" Terry McDermott 70 1 18
YesY
January 5, 2013[W 27][W 28] Finals "Cry" Cassadee Pope 60 1 14
YesY
[A 23]
[A 24]
Season 4
May 25, 2013[W 29][W 30] Live Playoffs "Maybe It Was Memphis"[C] Danielle Bradbery
(Winner)
92 2* 35
YesYx1
June 8, 2013[W 31][W 32] Top 10 Perform Live "Heads Carolina, Tails California" Danielle Bradbery 91 1 41
YesY
June 15, 2013[W 33][W 34] Top 8 Perform Live "Grandpa (Tell Me 'Bout the Good Ol' Days)" Danielle Bradbery 89 1 36
June 22, 2013[W 35][W 32] Quarter-finals "I Knew You Were Trouble" Michelle Chamuel
(Runner-up)
85 1 34
YesY
June 29, 2013[W 36][W 37] Semi-finals "Danny's Song"[D] The Swon Brothers
(3rd place)
66 2 22
YesYx2
"Who I Am" Danielle Bradbery 78 1 30
YesY
"Turn The Page" The Swon Brothers 90 1 41
YesY
"Please Remember Me" Danielle Bradbery 91 1 42
YesY
"Sad" Amber Carrington 92 1 43
YesY
July 6, 2013[W 38][W 39] Finals "Born to Fly" Danielle Bradbery 75 1 24
YesY
"Why" Michelle Chamuel 92 1 38
YesY
"One" Michelle Chamuel
with coach, Usher
98 1 45
YesY
"I Can't Tell You Why" The Swon Brothers 99 1 48
YesY
Season 5
November 23, 2013 Live Playoffs "A Case of You" James Wolpert 72 1 18
YesY
November 30, 2013 Top 12 Perform Live "Hallelujah" Matthew Schuler 40 2 9
YesY
December 14, 2013 Top 8 Perform Live "At Last" Will Champlin 83 1 25
YesY
December 28, 2013 Top 5 Perform Live "Bridge Over Troubled Water" Tessanne Chin 64 1 14
YesY
Season 6
April 21, 2014 Top 12 Perform Live "Stay with Me" Josh Kaufman 92 1 29
YesY
[3]
April 28, 2014 Top 10 Perform Live "Hold On, We're Going Home" Christina Grimmie 74 1 17
YesY
[4]
May 5, 2014 Top 8 Perform Live "I Can't Make You Love Me" Josh Kaufman 71 1 8
YesY
[5]
"How to Love" Christina Grimmie 79 1 22
YesY
[6]
May 12, 2014 Semi-finals "Heaven" Jake Worthington 98 1 31
YesY
[7]
May 19, 2014 Finals "Can't Help Falling in Love" Christina Grimmie 74 1 22
YesY
[8]
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart, and * denotes weeks on charts are due to re-entry.

Bubbling Under Hot 100 singles[edit]

Bubbling Under Hot 100
singles per season
Season 1
3
Season 2
8
Season 3
9
Season 4
16

The following songs failed to reach the Hot 100, but managed to make the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles charts. They are listed separately as the chart has rules that make it easier for new songs to chart, namely that those that have entered the Hot 100 before cannot chart here.

Entry Date Show Segment Single Artist Peak Hot Digital Songs Peak iTunes bonus Ref
Season 1
July 9, 2011[W 40] Semi-finals "The Thrill Is Gone" Beverly McClellan 23 N/A [A 29]
July 16, 2011[W 41] Finals "Love Is a Battlefield" Vicci Martinez
with coach, Cee Lo Green
2 N/A [A 30]
"Lovesick" (original) Beverly McClellan 11 N/A [A 29]
Season 2
March 10, 2012[W 42] Blind Auditions "Folsom Prison Blues" Jamie Lono
(Eliminated in Battle Rounds)
14 N/A [A 31]
April 21, 2012[W 43][W 44] Live Rounds "Somebody That I Used To Know" Lindsey Pavao 6 71 N/A [A 32]
[A 14]
May 12, 2012[W 45][W 46] Quarter-finals "...Baby One More Time" Tony Lucca 17 75 N/A [A 33]
[A 18]
May 19, 2012[W 47][W 16] Semi-finals "Skinny Love" Lindsey Pavao 1 44 N/A [A 32]
[A 14]
"Killing Me Softly With His Song" Katrina Parker
(5th-8th Place)
25 N/A
May 26, 2012[W 48][W 18] Finals "Free Bird" Juliet Simms 1 44 N/A [A 34]
[A 16]
"You Raise Me Up" Chris Mann 2 46 N/A [A 35]
[A 22]
"Soul Man" Jermaine Paul
with coach, Blake Shelton
8 56 N/A [A 36]
[A 20]
Season 3
November 24, 2012[W 49][W 50] Live Playoffs "Dream On" Amanda Brown 13 53 N/A [A 37]
[A 28]
December 8, 2012[W 51][W 20] Top 10 Perform Live "Lean on Me" Nicholas David 7 59
December 15, 2012[W 52][W 22] Top 8 Perform Live "What's Going On" Nicholas David 15 52
YesY
December 22, 2012[W 53][W 24] Quarter-finals "Stand" Cassadee Pope 3 37
YesY
[A 38]
[A 24]
"I'm with You Cassadee Pope 11 44
YesY
[A 38]
[A 24]
"And I'm Telling You I'm Not Going" Trevin Hunte
(4th place)
12 48
YesY
"Crazy" Melanie Martinez 19 55 [A 39]
[A 26]
December 29, 2012[W 54][W 26] Semi-finals "You Are So Beautiful" Nicholas David 1 38
YesY
January 5, 2012[W 55][W 28] Finals "Broken Wings" Terry McDermott 8 57
YesY
Season 4
April 13, 2013[W 56][W 57] Blind Auditions "One of Us" Sarah Simmons
(7th/8th place)
4 58 N/A
"Sexy and I Know It" Christian Porter
(Eliminated in Battle Rounds)
25 N/A
May 25, 2013[W 58][W 30] Live Playoffs "Stay" Amber Carrington
(4th/5th place)
6 57 N/A
"True Colors" Michelle Chamuel 15 68 N/A
June 1, 2013[W 59][W 60] Top 12 Perform Live "Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes" The Swon Brothers
(3rd place)
14 66
"The Man Who Can't Be Moved" Josiah Hawley
(9th/10th place)
18 73
"The Story" Sarah Simmons 19
June 8, 2013[W 61][W 32] Top 10 Perform Live "Just Give Me a Reason" Michelle Chamuel 9 68
"How Great Thou Art" Holly Tucker 22
June 15, 2013[W 62][W 34] Top 8 Perform Live "Grenade" Michelle Chamuel 2 52
"Skyfall" Amber Carrington 22 72
June 22, 2013[W 63][W 32] Quarter-finals "A Little Bit Stronger" Danielle Bradbery 8 56
"Somewhere Only We Know" Michelle Chamuel 22 70
June 29, 2013[W 64][W 37] Semi-finals "Time After Time" Michelle Chamuel 6 60
"Clarity" Michelle Chamuel 23
July 6, 2013[W 65][W 39] Finals "Timber, I'm Falling In Love" Danielle Bradbery
with coach, Blake Shelton
1 49
Season 5
October 19, 2013[W 66][W 67] Blind Auditions "Electric Feel" Preston Pohl 21 52 N/A
November 16, 2013 Knockouts "Let Her Go" Cole Vosbury
(4th place)
2 38 N/A
November 23, 2013 Live Playoffs "We're Going to Be Friends" Caroline Pennell 3 37
"I Put A Spell On You" Jacquie Lee 16 54
"Wrecking Ball" Matthew Schuler 25 64
December 7, 2013 Top 10 Perform Live "To Be with You" Cole Vosbury 20
December 14, 2013 Top 8 Perform Live "I Still Believe in You" Cole Vosbury 22 47
Season 6
May 12, 2014 Semi-finals "All of Me" Josh Kaufman 3 34
YesY
"Love Runs Out" Josh Kaufman 23
"Foolish Games" Kristen Merlin 11 44
YesY
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart.

Other notable singles[edit]

Hot Digital Songs[edit]

The following singles failed to chart on the overall charts, likely because of lack of airplay and online streaming, but still reached high sales figures, comparable to other singles from The Voice that did chart.

Entry Date Show Segment Single Artist Hot Digital Songs Peak Ref
Season 3
December 15, 2012[W 22] Top 8 Perform Live "Someone Like You" Amanda Brown 72 [A 28]
December 22, 2012[W 24] Quarter-finals "The Show" Melanie Martinez 67 [A 26]

By genre[edit]

Country[edit]
Season Entry date Show segment Song title Artist Position in show Peak Weeks
on
chart
Ref(s)
3
December 8, 2012 Top 10 Perform Live "Over You" Cassadee Pope Winner 3 6 [9][A 40]
December 29, 2012 Semi-finals "Stupid Boy" Cassadee Pope Winner 4 3 [10][A 40]
January 5, 2013 Finals "Steve McQueen" Cassadee Pope (with Blake Shelton) Winner 42 1 [11][A 40]
"Dude (Looks Like a Lady)" Terry McDermott (with Blake Shelton) Runner-up 43 1 [11]
4
April 20, 2013 Blind Auditions "Safe & Sound" Savannah Berry Knockouts 45 1 [12]
May 25, 2013 Live Playoffs "Maybe It Was Memphis" Danielle Bradbery Winner 25 2 [13]
"Fishin' in the Dark" The Swon Brothers 3rd place 44 1 [13]
June 1, 2013 Top 12 Perform Live "Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes" The Swon Brothers 3rd place 32 1 [14]
"Wasted" Danielle Bradbery Winner 35 1 [14]
"I'm Gonna Love You Through It" Amber Carrington 4th/5th place 48 1 [14]
June 8, 2013 Top 10 Perform Live "Heads Carolina, Tails California" Danielle Bradbery Winner 23 1 [15]
"How Great Thou Art" Holly Tucker 6th place 35 1 [15]
"How Country Feels" The Swon Brothers 3rd place 45 1 [15]
June 15, 2013 Top 8 Perform Live "Grandpa (Tell Me 'Bout the Good Ol' Days)" Danielle Bradbery Winner 24 1 [16]
"Seven Bridges Road" The Swon Brothers 3rd place 36 1 [16]
"DONE." Holly Tucker 6th place 46 1 [16]
June 22, 2013 Quarter-finals "A Little Bit Stronger" Danielle Bradbery Winner 31 1 [17]
"Shake the Sugar Tree" Danielle Bradbery Winner 38 1 [17]
"Wagon Wheel" The Swon Brothers 3rd place 36 1 [17]
"I Remember You" Amber Carrington 4th/5th place 43 1 [17]
"Crazy" Amber Carrington 4th/5th place 44 1 [17]
"Okie From Muskogee" The Swon Brothers 3rd place 49 1 [17]
June 29, 2013 Semi-finals "Danny's Song" The Swon Brothers 3rd place 16 1 [18]
"Who I Am" Danielle Bradbery Winner 22 1 [18]
"Turn The Page" The Swon Brothers 3rd place 29 1 [18]
"Please Remember Me" Danielle Bradbery Winner 30 1 [18]
July 6, 2013 Finals "Born to Fly" Danielle Bradbery Winner 20 1 [19]
"I Can't Tell You Why" The Swon Brothers 3rd place 29 1 [19]
"Timber, I'm Falling In Love" Danielle Bradbery (with Blake Shelton) Winner 30 1 [19]
"Celebrity" The Swon Brothers (with Blake Shelton) 3rd place 47 1 [19]
5
December 14, 2013 Top 8 Perform Live "I Still Believe in You" Cole Vosbury 4th/5th place 30 1 [20]
December 28, 2013 Semi-finals "Shameless" Cole Vosbury 4th/5th place 29 1 [21]
6
March 31, 2014 The Battles, Round 2 "Have a Little Faith in Me" Jake Worthington 2nd place 49 1 [A 41]
April 21, 2014 Top 12 Perform Live "Anymore" Jake Worthington 2nd place 42 1 [A 41]
"Stay" Kristen Merlin 4th/5th place 38 1 [A 42]
April 28, 2014 Top 10 Perform Live "You Lie" Audra McLaughlin 6th/7th/8th place 37 1 [A 43]
"Run" Jake Worthington 2nd place 45 1 [A 41]
"Let Her Go" Kristen Merlin 4th/5th place 35 1 [A 42]
May 5, 2014 Top 8 Perform Live "Hillbilly Deluxe" Jake Worthington 2nd place 36 1 [A 41]
"I Drive Your Truck" Kristen Merlin 4th/5th place 40 1 [A 42]
May 12, 2014 Semi-finals "Good Ol' Boys" Jake Worthington 2nd place 33 1 [22][A 41]
"Heaven" Jake Worthington 2nd place 23 1 [A 41]
"Gunpowder & Lead" Kristen Merlin 4th/5th place 47 1 [A 42]
Latin[edit]
Season Entry date Show segment Song title Artist Position in show Peak Weeks
on
chart
Ref(s)
3
November 24, 2012 Live Playoffs "El Rey" Julio Cesar Castillo Live Playoffs 49 1 [23]
4
April 20, 2013 Blind Auditions "Loca" Monique Abbadie Knockouts 49 1 [24]
R&B/Hip Hop[edit]
Season Entry date Show segment Song title Artist Position in show Peak Weeks
on
chart
Ref(s)
3
November 24, 2012 Live Playoffs "How Am I Supposed to Live Without You" Trevin Hunte 4th place 57 1 [25]
December 15, 2012 Top 8 Perform Live "What's Going On" Nicholas David 3rd place 35 1 [26]
"The Greatest Love of All" Trevin Hunte 4th place 56 1 [27]
December 22, 2012 Quarter-finals "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" Trevin Hunte 4th place 37 1 [28]
4
May 25, 2013 Live Playoffs "Oh! Darling" Sasha Allen 4th/5th place 54 1 [29]
June 1, 2013 Top 12 Perform Live "You've Got a Friend" Judith Hill 7th/8th place 56 1 [30]
June 15, 2013 Top 8 Perform Live "#thatPower" Judith Hill 7th/8th place 57 1 [31]
June 22, 2013 Quarter-finals "Ain't No Way" Sasha Allen 4th/5th place 55 1 [32]
Rock[edit]
Season Entry date Show segment Song title Artist Position in show Peak Weeks
on
chart
Ref(s)
3
December 8, 2012 Top 10 Perform Live "Seven Nation Army" Melanie Martinez 5th/6th place 10 2 [33][A 44]
"Stars" Amanda Brown 5th/6th place 11 1 [33][A 45]
December 15, 2012 Quarter-finals "Too Close" Melanie Martinez 5th/6th place 11 1 [34][A 44]
December 22, 2012 Quarter-finals "Stay With Me" Terry McDermott Runner-up 38 1 [35]
December 29, 2012 Semi-finals "Let It Be" Terry McDermott Runner-up 11 1 [36]
4
April 13, 2013 Blind Auditions "One of Us" Sarah Simmons 7th/8th place 19 2 [37]
May 18, 2013 Knockouts "Wild Horses" Sarah Simmons 7th/8th place 26 1 [38]
May 25, 2013 Live Playoffs "The A Team" Caroline Glaser Live Playoffs 20 1 [39]
June 1, 2013 Top 12 Perform Live "The Man Who Can't Be Moved" Josiah Hawley 9th/10th place 16 1 [40]
"The Story" Sarah Simmons 7th/8th place 17 1 [40]
June 15, 2013 Top 8 Perform Live "Somebody That I Used to Know" Sarah Simmons 7th/8th place 23 1 [41]
June 22, 2013 Quarter-finals "Somewhere Only We Know" Michelle Chamuel Runner-up 15 1 [42]
5
October 12, 2013 Blind Auditions "The Scientist" Holly Henry Knockout Rounds 21 1 [43]
October 19, 2013 Blind Auditions "Electric Feel" Preston Pohl Live Playoffs 19 2 [44]
November 16, 2013 Knockout Rounds "Let Her Go" Cole Vosbury 4th/5th place 15 2 [45]
November 23, 2013 Live Playoffs "A Case of You" James Wolpert 4th/5th place 10 1 [46]
"We're Going to Be Friends" Caroline Pennell 7th/8th place 16 1 [46]
"She Talks To Angels" Austin Jenckes 9th/10th place 36 1 [46]
"Home" Ray Boudreaux 7th/8th place 41 1 [46]
"Maggie May" Cole Vosbury 4th/5th place 42 1 [46]
November 30, 2013 Top 12 Perform Live "Hallelujah" Matthew Schuler 6th place 9 4 [47]
December 7, 2013 Top 10 Perform Live "To Be with You" Cole Vosbury 4th/5th place 19 1
December 14, 2013 Top 8 Perform Live "Somebody to Love" James Wolpert 4th/5th place 19 1
6
April 28, 2014 Top 10 Perform Live "Landslide" Kat Perkins 4th/5th place 35 1 [A 46]

Post-The Voice releases[edit]

Only singles that charted on either the Billboard Hot 100 or Bubbling Under Hot 100 charts, and albums that charted on the Billboard 200 chart are included in the following lists.

Singles[edit]

Artist Season Position in show Song title Release date US Peak Ref(s)
RaeLynn
2
9th-12th "Boyfriend" December 11, 2012
118
[48][A 47]
Cassadee Pope
3
Winner "Wasting All These Tears" June 4, 2013
37
[49][A 23]
Danielle Bradbery
4
Winner "The Heart of Dixie" July 16, 2013
58
The Swon Brothers
4
3rd "Later On" December 10, 2013
111

Albums[edit]

Artist Season Position in show Album title Release date US Peak Ref(s)
Javier Colon
1
Winner Come Through For You November 21, 2011
134
[50][A 48]
Dia Frampton
1
Runner-up Red December 6, 2011
106
[51][A 49]
Chris Mann
2
4th place Roads October 30, 2012
172
[52][A 50]
Cassadee Pope
3
Winner The Complete Season 3 Collection (The Voice Performance) December 18, 2012
125
[50][A 51]
Cassadee Pope
3
Winner Frame by Frame October 8, 2013
9
[50][A 51]
Danielle Bradbery
4
Winner The Complete Season 4 Collection (The Voice Performance) June 19, 2013
19
[53]
Michelle Chamuel
4
Runner-up The Complete Season 4 Collection (The Voice Performance) June 19, 2013
57
[54]
The Swon Brothers
4
3rd place The Complete Season 4 Collection (The Voice Performance) June 19, 2013
65
[54]
Danielle Bradbery
4
Winner Danielle Bradbery November 25, 2013
19
Tessanne Chin
5
Winner The Complete Season 5 Collection (The Voice Performance) December 17, 2013
204
Tessanne Chin
5
Winner Count On My Love July 1, 2014
41

Notes[edit]

  • A ^ Xenia's cover of "Price Tag" entered the Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart at #16,[W 68] but broke into the Billboard Hot 100 at #99 in the following week.
  • B ^ Cassadee Pope's cover of "Over You" re-entered the Hot 100 at #84 when it reprised with the finale songs,[W 27] and received a second iTunes bonus for that period.
  • C ^ Danielle Bradbery's cover of "Maybe It Was Memphis" re-entered the Hot 100 at #93 when it reprised with the finale songs, and received an iTunes bonus for that period. (Original period performed at was not applicable for the iTunes bonus.)
  • D ^ The Swon Brothers' cover of "Danny's Song" re-entered the Hot 100 at #78 when it reprised with the finale songs, and received a second iTunes bonus for that period.

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