NBC NEWS — It was a huge night on NBC Monday night with he final showdown of live performances on The Voice.
The last, do-or-die chance for the remaining three artists to win over America, and take home the title of "The Voice".
Each took the stage for two final performances, one new song, and an encore of one of their favorites from earlier in the season.
Kicking off the night was the country duo from Oklahoma, "The Swon Brothers", one of two acts remaining with Team Blake.
They took on a challenging falsetto ballad, the classic Eagles tune "I Can't Tell You Why".
Later in the show, the Swon Brothers presented an encore of their show-stopping "Danny's Song", by Kenny Loggins.
Next up, Massachusetts indie rocker Michelle Chamuel, of Team Usher.
She got the crowd on their feet with her encore of Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble".
Later in the show, a Michelle delivered a powerful and emotional version of the Annie Lennox hit "Why".
16 year-old Texas, Danielle Bradbery, of Team Blake reprised a song from very early in the competition, "Maybe It Was Memphis" by Pam Tillis.
Danielle closed the show with a big country ballad "Born to Fly" by Sara Evans.
Their fate is in America's hands.
The top vote-getter through text messages and downloads on iTunes, will win it all.
The winner is revealed on the live season finale of The Voice, Tuesday night at 7 p.m., right here on NBC.