The first knockout round of this season of 'The Voice' ended with Shreveport singer Cole Vosbury wowing the coaches and switching over to Blake Shelton's team.

So, what song did Vosbury sing for the knockout round to go up against fellow competitor Jonny Gray's cover of The Beatles' 'We Can Work It Out'?

Passenger, earning him two 'steal button' presses -- one from Blake Shelton, and the other from
Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine. He ended up leaving Team Cee Lo for Team Blake. It'll be interesting to see how the country music coaches the 22-year-old from Shreveport.

Vosbury has made waves on the show this season thanks to his eclectic song choice ('Movin' On Up' from the TV show "The Jeffersons" and Toto's 'Africa') and, of course, singing ability.

His performance of 'Let Her Go' had the crowd clapping along the whole time. And if you're watching him from Shreveport-Bossier, you probably were, too.

Watch Cole Vosbury Sing 'Let Her Go'