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Will Gilman go all the way? 'Voice' winner named tonight

Billy Gilman performs on the live finale of "The Voice.'

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Billy Gilman warms up for ‘The Voice’ finale

It's all in America's hands now. Who will be deemed "The Voice" on Tuesday's night finale?

Each of the final four artists delivered two solo performances during Monday night's live broadcast.

Rhode Island native Billy Gilman of Team Adam kicked off the show with a Sinatra classic, "My Way."

But it was his original song, "Because of Me," that had Gilman and America in awe. The tune was meant for Maroon 5 but didn't make the group's latest album.

"Adam texted me with a little bit of a snippet at like 1 a.m. a week ago, and he's like, 'I think this is the one.' And I immediately knew that it was," Gilman said.

Adam's other artist, Pennsylvania country singer Josh Gallagher, was thrilled to showcase his original music: a modern country tune about growing up in a small town.

"This song means so much to me. It describes everything that I am. Everything that I came from," Gallagher said.

Country soul crooner Sundance Head had a very special moment during a duet with his coach, Blake Shelton.

Sundance sang the classic hit "Treat Her Right" written by his famous father, Ray Head.

His father was brought to tears, and during an interview it was like father like son.

"I get real emotional too. I might cry right now. I'm going to try not to," Sundance Head said.

The remaining female artist, We McDonald, closed the show with the Barbra Streisand classic, "Don't Rain on My Parade."

Earlier, the teen powerhouse sang the original song "Wishes" that was written when her coach, Alicia Keys, called in a favor from prolific songwriter Harold Lilly.

"To sing the song was very exhilarating. I feel like it definitely resonated, really amazing to my life," McDonald said.

Now, their fate is in the hands of viewers who will decide this season's winner of "The Voice."

In addition to finding out who wins "The Voice" and a recording contract, the finale will feature the four finalists singing duets with some A-listers, including Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Kiss.

The night begins with a recap show at 8 p.m. followed by the live two-hour finale at 9 p.m. on NBC 10.

NBC 10's Emily Volz is in Los Angeles. See her reports on NBC 10 News starting at 5.

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