U.S. Army Field Band Takes “The Voice” Stage For Emotional Song

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In partnership with the GoArmy, The Voice spotlighted the U.S. Army Field Band on the Monday night (May 20) episode.

Monday night served as Night 1 of The Voice finale. Each of the five finalists performed two songs to try to get America to vote for them.

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Along with all of those incredible performances, the U.S. Army Field Band also took the stage! They sand NEEDTOBREATHE’s song “Brother,” which is the Christian band’s duet with Gavin DeGraw.

Tuesday night’s episode featured star-studded performances and crowned Team Reba’s Asher HaVon as the Season 25 champion.

The U.S. Army Field Band’s appearance was first teased on May 15, when four band members stopped by The Voice‘s sound stage.

US Army Field Band At The Voice
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“We chose this specific song for today’s performance because it embodies the Army message of camaraderie,” band member Staff Sgt. Joseph Mazzara said.

Sgt. 1st Class Kyra Dorn added, “In the Army, you can do and be whatever you want.”

Their performance on The Voice was introduced by host Carson Daly who said, “The Army encourages everyone to explore your passions, build community, discover your full potential and be all you can be. Performing NEEDTOBREATHE and Gavin DeGraw’s single ‘Brother,’ give it up for members of the U.S. Army Field Band.”

Dorn started the song out solo, then Sgt. 1st Class Sarah Polinski joined in with a breathtaking harmony. Mazzara and Staff Sgt. James Wilson rounded out the four-part harmonies.

The lyrics, “Brother, let me be your shelter,” took on a new meaning and became so much more powerful when these Army soldiers are sang it with photos of past and present soldiers appearing on the screen behind them.

NEEDTOBREATHE commented on The Voice‘s video of the U.S. Army Field Band, saying, “Means the world that y’all chose our song. Thank you for all that you do.”

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Watch the U.S. Army Field Band’s rendition of “Brother” below.