Blake Shelton's team on 'The Voice' made Nashville proud as the Top 12 sang for America's vote.  The Swon Brothers performed a touching tribute to George Jones and Holly Tucker and Danielle Bradbery took on the queen's of country, singing Martina McBride and Carrie Underwood songs.

The Swon Brothers

The Swon Brothers showed a softer side by performing a beautiful, acoustic version of George Jones' 'Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes.'  It was the best they've ever sounded and I doubt they'll be going anywhere tonight, when 2 are sent home. Their performance even moved George Jones' daughter Georgette.


The Swon Brothers - Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes

Holly Tucker

Holly Tucker took on a big task, singing Martina McBride's 'Broken Wing.' Singing Martina in country is like trying to sing Whitney Houston in the pop world. But Holly made Martina and her coach Blake Shelton proud.


Holly Tucker - Broken Wing

Danielle Bradbery

Danielle Bradbery may be the youngest and smallest in the competition but she's got one big voice. The 16-year-old sang the heck out of 'Wasted.' It's so hard to believe she's never performed in public or had a lesson until coming on 'The Voice.' Even Blake's arch rival Adam Levine admitted, 'you're the one to beat.'


Danielle Bradbery - Wasted

Speaking of Adam, two of his artists stood out too. Amber Carrington closed the show with another tribute to Martina McBride, singing 'I'm Gonna Love You Through It.' She dedicated the song to her mom, who she lost to cancer at age 38. And Judith Hill, was amazing at the piano, singing 'You've Got a Friend.' I don't think either artist should worry about being sent home tonight.

The artists who may be in trouble tonight are Garrett Gardner who put a rock twist on the Backstreet Boys 'I Want it That Way.' It just didn't work. Michelle Chamuel from Team Usher followed up her great performance last week of 'True Colors' with a lackluster rendition of 'Call Your Girlfriend.' Although I love Michelle, her song choice may have hurt her.

Two more will be sent home tonight on NBC at 8. Who do you think will go home?

Amber Carrington - I'm Gonna Love You Through It

Judith Hill - You've Got a Friend