Adam Levine, Billy Gilman perform 'Bye Bye Love' on 'The Voice' finale

Adam Levine and Billy Gilman performing on The Voice season 11 finale.
Team Adam finalist and coach Adam Levine performed a classic Everly Brothers hit on The Voice finale

NBC's The Voice just concluded its eleventh season on Tuesday night (Dec. 13) by crowning Team Blake finalist and roots rock artist Sundance Head as the winner of the show. The special two-night finale was nothing short of amazing, having performances from The Weeknd, Bruno Mars, and Ariana Grande, as well as from legends Stevie Wonder, Kiss, and Sting.

Coach Adam Levine performed an Everly Brothers single, "Bye Bye Love", for his duet with his finalist Billy Gilman, who placed second on last night's finale results show.

In recent seasons, the show's producers and writers offer the finalists to record original songs. Gilman, who was offered a song written for Maroon 5 for their upcoming sixth studio effort, recorded his single "Because of Me" for the finale. You can listen, purchase, and watch the music video for "Because of Me", now available.

The Voice is set to return for its 12th season with coaches Adam Levine, Gwen Stefani, Alicia Keys, and Blake Shelton, set to premiere in February of next year on NBC.

Watch Adam Levine and Billy Gilman perform below:


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