Coach and seven-time Grammy Award winner Pharrell Williams, multi-platinum artist Snoop Dogg, indie pop band Walk The Moon and Nate Ruess, frontman for the popular band fun., will all perform on NBC’s Emmy Award-winning musical competition series The Voice.
On Monday, May 11th, Ruess will perform “Nothing Without Love” from his upcoming album Grand Romantic, out June 16th. Ruess earned two Grammy wins for the 2012 album Some Nights, including Best New Artist and Song of the Year for the seven-time platinum single “We Are Young.” The following year, Ruess earned an additional Grammy nomination for “Just Give Me a Reason,” his writing and performance collaboration with P!nk. Recently, Ruess collaborated with Eminem on his song “Headlights” and with Ellie Goulding.
Snoop Dogg and Williams are set to perform, for the first time ever, the new single “California Roll” on the same day (Tuesday, May 12th) Snoop Dogg’s new Williams-produced album, Bush, is released on Columbia Records. The album is available as a pre-release stream on iTunes radio and fans who pre-order will receive “California Roll” as an instant grat track, as well as other Bush kick-off hits “Peaches N Cream” and “So Many Pros.”
Walk The Moon will perform their #1 certified platinum hit “Shut Up and Dance” from their recently released sophomore album, Talking Is Hard. Not long after its release “Shut Up and Dance” reached #1 at alternative rock radio and has now crossed over into the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart. The song has reached the top 5 on the iTunes Top Songs Chart, Billboard Digital Songs and Digital Tracks Charts, has been streamed more than 88 million times globally and is in the top 10 on the Spotify U.S. chart. Walk The Moon, known for their explosive live shows, consists of Nicholas Petricca (lead singer, songwriter and keyboard player), Eli Maiman (guitar, vocals), Kevin Ray (bass, vocals) and Sean Waugaman (drums, vocals), all hailing from Ohio. The band has been on the road for the past few months on the almost entirely sold out headlining “Talking Is Hard Tour.” “They’re taking over the world — one show at a time,” raved Parade and “A polished and highly energetic sold-out show,” exclaimed the Village Voice about their recent sold out Terminal 5 show in New York.
The Voice is averaging a 4.0 rating, 12 share in adults 18-49 and 14.0 million viewers overall so far this season with its regular Monday and Tuesday editions in “most current” results from Nielsen Media Research. The Voice is both the #1 Monday series and the #1 Tuesday series on the Big 4 networks this season in adults 18-49.