Caroline Pennell, Jacquie Lee, Matthew Schuler top iTunes for The Voice
The teens did it.
Caroline Pennell, 17, and Jacquie Lee, 16, entered this week as the youngest knockout round winners on The Voice.
Two days later, they were the top two performers on iTunes from the second night of the live round. Voting for Tuesday’s show ended at 11 a.m. Wednesday.
Caroline’s studio version of “We’re Going to Be Friends” — a great match of singer and song — led the way at number 14 on iTunes overall chart and number eight on the pop chart.
Jacquie Lee’s “I Put a Spell on You” was the night’s magic moment. That song checks in at number 20 on the overall chart and number 11 on the pop chart.
Matthew Schuler? Oh, yeah, the guy from West Chester University certainly isn’t far behind, landing at 22 on the overall chart and 12 on the pop chart.
After that there’s a big gap on the iTunes chart in terms of Tuesday’s songs from the show. Though the gap is interrupted by several songs from Monday’s show.
Speaking of which, here’s great news for fans of Lancaster’s James Wolpert.
His version of Joni Mitchell’s “A Case of You” is doing even better today than it was at 11 a.m. Tuesday when voting for Monday’s show ended.
It is now sitting at number four overall on iTunes — that’s right, better than any of last night’s performances — and number two on the pop chart.
Here’s the rundown of where all the songs from last night fell. For a look at the iTunes results from Monday’s night’s show, head here.
And for a look at the song by song grades from Tuesday’s show, head here.
#14 overall: Caroline Pennell, “We’re Going to Be Friends,” number 8 on pop chart
#20 overall: Jacquie Lee, “I Put a Spell on You” — number 11 on pop chart
#22 overall: Matthew Schuler, “Wrecking Ball” — number 12 on pop chart
#116 overall: Jonny Gray, “Bittersweet Symphony” — number 4 on rock chart
#118 overall: Josh Logan, “Crazy” — number 46 on pop chart
#125 overall: Stephanie Anne Johnson, “Georgia On My Mind” — number 4 on R&B chart
#129 overall: Olivia Henken, “Roar” — number 22 on country chart
#131 overall: Kat Robichaud, “She Keeps Me Warm” — number 48 on pop chart
Not in Top 200: Tamara Chauniece, “I Will Survive” — number nine on R&B chart
And I couldn’t find Amber Nicole’s “Wasting All These Tears” anywhere on the charts.