The voice from St. Charles is returning for a special concert in his former hometown.
“A St. Charles ‘favorite son’ and hometown hero, Jeffery Austin killed (it) as a finalist on Gwen Stefani’s team on ‘The Voice,’ ” the Arcada said in a recent media release. “Jeffery returns to the Arcada Theatre that sent him off to Los Angeles before the finals! It’s a one-night-only experience as Jeffery performs the huge hits he did on the show with a few other surprises before he embarks on a whirlwind career path!”
Austin appeared in every show of “The Voice‘” Season 9. He was the winner of an “instant save” in the week’s semi-finals and performed several times on the final show, including a rendition of “Lean On” by Major Lazer,. He has performed with many big-name singers, including Madi Davis and Tori Kelly in the final show alone.
For more information, visit the Arcada Theatre website.
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About Jeffery Austin
After Jeffery’s father passed away when he was 9 years old, Jeffery grew up with his mom, grandparents and brother. During that time, Jeffery pursued music in high school and auditioned for all the school musicals. At 16, with the support of his family, Jeffery came out after years of trying to hide his sexuality. Despite wanting to study music in college, his mom preferred that he take a more stable course. Jeffery majored in communications with an emphasis in advertising. He now works at a public relations firm in New York, but is still itching to do music full-time.
SOURCE: The Voice website, artists’ profiles
About ‘The Voice’
“The Voice” is NBC’s vocal competition show, now in its ninth season. Internationally acclaimed artist Gwen Stefani returns to join megastars Pharrell Williams, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton as celebrity musician coaches, while Carson Daly serves as host.