Award-winning country duo Florida Georgia Line joins the show to perform inspired new single 'H.O.L.Y.'
Coach Blake Shelton will debut his new song, "Go Ahead and Break My Heart," on the Monday, May 9, live episode (8 p.m. ET/PT) of NBC's "The Voice." Special guest and fellow "Voice" coach Gwen Stefani will join the multi-award-winning country music superstar.
This song is part of Shelton's new album, "If I'm Honest," which is due out May 20 and is the most personal album of his career.
"This is one of my favorite songs I've ever written or recorded," Shelton said. "It came from a time and place when Gwen and I were beginning our journey together and both experiencing a hard time letting our guards down with each other. The song couldn't possibly be more honest. I'm honored to have written and to perform this song with the great Gwen Stefani. Respect."
Also on the May 9 live show, the history-making RIAA diamond-certified country duo Florida Georgia Line will perform new single "H.O.L.Y." off their highly anticipated third studio album, "Dig Your Roots," due out later this summer. The lead track of the new album, "H.O.L.Y.," echoes the heartfelt journey of the band's career along with personal milestones.
Then on Tuesday, May 10 (8-9 p.m. ET/PT), award-winning international rock star James Bay will join the lineup at "The Voice." Bay, who received three Grammy Award nominations this year, including Best New Artist, will perform "Let It Go" from his debut album, "Chaos and the Calm." The album has gone platinum in the U.K. and Canada. "Let It Go" is currently in the top 20 at top 40 radio and is continuing to climb the charts. Bay recently announced his fall U.S. tour, kicking off in September, which has him headlining some of his largest venues to date, including New York's Radio City Music Hall and Nashville's Ryman Auditorium.
Also on Tuesday, pop superstar Conner4Real, from the new Universal comedy "Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping," takes the stage to perform his hit song "I'm So Humble" alongside "Voice" coach Adam Levine, who also makes an appearance in the film.
So far this season, "The Voice" has averaged a 3.0 rating in adults 18-49 and 14.2 million viewers overall, according to "live plus seven day" averages from Nielsen Media Research. "The Voice" ranks No. 1 this season among alternative series in adults 18-49 and total viewers in "most current" results for its Monday edition and continues to lead NBC to regular nightlong wins on both Monday and Tuesday nights.