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See Travis Tritt Join 'The Voice' Contestant Andrew Sevener for Rousing 'T-R-O-U-B-L-E'

Travis Tritt teamed up with The Voice finalist Andrew Sevener for Tritt's 1992 honky tonk smash "T-R-O-U-B-L-E" on the season finale of the NBC singing competition. Tritt kicked off the lively performance while Sevener joined in on the second verse, which brought coach Kelly Clarkson to her feet.

The performance comes just days after Tritt's tour bus was involved in a fatal accident. Tritt's bus was leaving town on Veterans Highway in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina when a Jeep going the wrong way hit a pickup truck in front of the bus. Two people were killed in the crash. Tritt and his crew were unharmed.

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"T-R-O-U-B-L-E," written by Jerry Chestnut, was originally recorded by Elvis Presley in 1975. Tritt recorded the song for his third studio album of the same name.

Sevener, a member of Team Blake, came in fourth in the competition, which wrapped on Tuesday (May 21). Maelyn Jarmon, a member of John Legend's team, was named the season 16 winner.

Tritt is currently on the Outlaws & Renegades tour with Charlie Daniels.

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