Craig Wayne Boyd was the first to perform during Tuesday night's (Dec. 16) 'The Voice' finale. He kicked off the last show of the season with a performance of the Georgia Satellites' 'Keep Your Hands to Yourself' alongside a few familiar faces.

Boyd is the only country singer left on the reality show, and the only remaining member of Team Blake. He's competing against Chris Jamison, Damien and Matt McAndrew, but before declaring a winner, Boyd had a chance to bring back some of his friends from the show. The hopeful chose to sing with Taylor Brashears, Sugar Joans and DaNica Shirey. He paired his Southern rock sound with the powerful women, and he knew going in that it was going to be a "blast."

A dark stage hinted at the rockin' performance to come -- the Sattelites' sound parallels Boyd's, so it was a smart choice for his last appearance on 'The Voice.' And as soon as he began singing, the studio audience went wild.

If Boyd was worried about the outcome of the evening, he didn't show it. With the girls by his side, he put his all into the performance, as he has done week after week.

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