Adam Levine Slays Some Spine-Tingling High Notes During Aerosmith Cover On ‘The Voice’

by Jess Catcher
Jess grew up in Oklahoma before moving to New York to become a writer. She has a cat named Agnes.

Now that all of the excitement of the Olympics has calmed down with athletes making their way back home from Rio, you might be wondering what will fill your entertainment void.

Following the Closing Ceremony, NBC gave us the perfect answer: The Voice!

The newest season features two newcomers with pop icons Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys joining the panel of swiveling chairs. The addition makes this the first season to feature more than one female coach, and judging by the performance below, they’ll fit right in with seasoned coaches Blake Shelton and Adam Levine.

All four gathered together onstage to get this year’s competition started with a cover of the classic Aerosmith hit, “Dream On.” Keys starts things off on piano, and the others trickle in with each verse.

They may come from very different musical backgrounds, but their unique sounds blend together so surprisingly well that I’m starting to think maybe they should quit the show to start a supergroup!

The best part is definitely hearing Levine, a man of many vocal talents, hit the ultra-high note at the very end of the tune. Even original songwriter and performer Steven Tyler would be blown away by the Maroon 5 frontman’s clarity — and how he makes it seem like the easiest thing in the world.

Of course, despite how well they work together on this rendition, you can likely still count on some hilarious banter as they battle it out for the winning team.

Take a look below to hear their harmonies for yourself.

And don’t forget to SHARE the amazing performance with your friends!

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