Before Sunday if you'd have told us that "The Voice" coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Alicia Keys and Miley Cyrus would all join together to cover a classic Aerosmith tune, we'd have said: "Dream on!"
Well, that's exactly what they did on a special edition of "The Voice" this weekend that aired after the Olympics closing ceremony. And what song did they all sing? "Dream On"!
And really, it's a dream of a performance. Aerosmith's 1973 power ballad still packed punch and emotional resonance after all these years, and it got a brand-new life with these power performers knocking it out of the park.
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Keys started things off with the piano introduction, with Shelton joining in after the first verse, then Levine and finally Cyrus — and all proved they have serious pipes. (Hey, it is not easy to match Steven Tyler's high notes from the original, but Levine managed to do it.)
It's a great tease for Season 11, and makes us more eager than ever to see what's coming our way from the Emmy-winning show. Tune in on Sept. 19 at 8 p.m. ET for the kickoff on NBC and in the meantime ... dream on!
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