I doubt many of you will be surprised to find out that Matthew Schuler has another iTunes hit on his hands this morning.
But what if I told you that so does Cole Vosbury?
The bearded one’s version of “To Be with You” was actually the most successful song of the Top 10 night on The Voice, landing at number 15 this morning on iTunes overall singles chart when voting officially ended at 11 a.m.
Cole’s performance struck me as rather odd. The background singers carried the melody for a couple of extended stretches while Cole did little more than strum his guitar, making me wonder if there were sound problems on the Voice stage.
It mattered not to Cole’s fans. The song was also sitting at number one on iTunes’ rock chart when voting ended.
As for Matthew, his show-closing version of “Beneath Your Love” came in at number 19 on iTunes, closely followed by Lancaster’s James Wolpert at number 21 with “Without You.”
In fact, while none of the songs from Monday’s episode matched Matthew’s top-two success with “Hallelujah” last week, they were tightly grouped on iTunes.
For a look at last night’s song by song grades, head here.
Here’s the rundown:
#15: Cole Vosbury, “To Be With You” — number 1 on rock chart
#19: Matthew Schuler, “”Beneath Your Love” — number 13 on pop chart
#21: James Wolpert, “Without You” — number 14 pop chart
#30: Caroline Pennell, “Leaving on a Jet Plane” — number 19 on pop chart
#33: Tessanne Chin, “If I Were Your Woman” — number 21 on pop chart
#39: Ray Boudreaux, “You Are the Best Thing” — number 2 on rock chart
#42: Will Champlin, “Love Me Again” — number 24 on pop cart
#51: Jacquie Lee, “Clarify” — number 27 on pop chart
#64: Kat Robichaud, “We Belong” — number 4 on rock chart
#108: Austin Jenckes, “Your Love” — number 6 on rock chart.