‘The Voice’ Winner Todd Tilghman Covers Alexandra Kay’s ‘That’s What Love Is’ [WATCH]

Todd Tilghman just put his own spin on one of Alexandra Kay‘s biggest hits. The Season 18 winner of The Voice shared a clip of him performing the chorus of “That’s What Love Is,” a song Kay released in 2022, in honor of her then-husband, Indiana Touchette.

“After 25 years of marriage, man can I relate to this chorus,” Tilghman captioned the video.

@todd_tilghman After 25 years of marriage, man can I relate to this chorus. That’s What Love Is by @Alexandra Kay (Cover) #cover #love #marriage #lovesong #thevoice #family #music #singer #nashville ♬ original sound – Todd Tilghman


“That’s What Love Is” might have been one of Kay’s early hits, but it’s still a fan-favorite. The song recently returned to the iTunes Country chart, more than 19 months after it was first released.

“Everleave,” which is also in the Top 20 on iTunes, is from Kay’s freshman All I’ve Ever Known album, released in October.

“I always remember the day I wrote ‘Everleave’ with Lauren Weintraub,” Kay shared on social media. “I knew then it was a special song. But what I didn’t know is how many women would relate to a feeling that felt so isolating to me. The power of music. We will get through it all together.”

Kay used the record to process her complicated feelings about splitting from Touchette.

“I’m going through a divorce from my ex who I was with for a decade,” Kay told Music Mayhem, ahead of the record’s release. “I pretty much just became 13 again. The only way that I knew how to process this extreme loss in my life and the grief that I was feeling was to write about it, and that’s exactly what I did. And so, I’ve always been vulnerable in my music, but this is by far the most I think raw and real and unapologetic I’ve been when it comes to writing.”

Tilghman has also been steadily releasing new music, including the encouraging “Still to Come,” out last summer.

“In 2017, you might have heard me say, my family and me faced one of the tougher things, probably one of the toughest things we’ve ever faced,’ Tilghman said when the song was released. “That’s why we wear these red bracelets. A lot of people have questions about that ….We went through a really, really rough time. On the heels of that, I wrote a song. I played it on the piano and sang it, and it was called ‘Still To Come.’”

Both Kay and Tilghman have plenty of shows on the calendar in 2024. Find all of Kay’s music and concerts at AlexandraKayOfficial.com, and head to  ToddTOfficial.com for all of Tilghman’s updates.