Ann Arbor's Laith Al-Saadi tapped the well of late-'60s classic-rock - and served up a bluesy original of his own - while vying to make the final cut on "The Voice".
She's Aguilera's only hope for becoming the first female coach to win the competition.
Wakefield was up again, this time with his original song "Lonesome, Broken, and Blue", which he wrote on his own.
Of course, what could make the difference here is the internet vote. While Blake Shelton's team typically gets a huge asset from people at home, a certain post from Kim Kardashian could end up turning the tide. It's a rarity, but Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton and Pharrell Williams each have one contestant in this finalist mix and thus have to keep working right up to the end of their season contracts. It's really lovely, and has a country vibe to it that works tremendously for her voice and storytelling ability.
Hannah capped her night with an energetic song titled "I Call the Shots". The lyrics were impressive on their own and proved just what kind of artist Adam Wakefield is and with this kind of song writing talent, he is sure to have a long career whether he is the victor of The Voice or not.
"Everybody pays attention, this time I call the shots", she sang, walking into the audience during her performance. “I felt really comfortable and I thought I had a strong song”.
With some coaxing, the country singer and "The Voice" coach admitted: "I wouldn't be surprised to see a country artist win this thing". Although it was another good performance from the artist, it was perhaps not as impressive as his fellow competitors’ original songs.
"Everybody knows how great you are", says Adam. She will be singing "Somewhere", from West Side Story. "Other than just pontificating, I will just say congratulations".
"(The winners) are not being handled well, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure that out", said Shelton, referencing that "The Voice" has yet to produce a mainstream star. "I'm kind of the brie cheese, if you will, of The Voice", agrees Laith, affably.
We're about to find out.